Michael Pressler

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In this paper, a novel approach for integrating static non-preemptive software scheduling in formal bottom-up performance evaluation of embedded system models is described. The presented analysis methodology uses a functional SystemC implementation of communicating processes as input. Necessary model extensions towards capturing of static non-preemptive(More)
We present an approach for the extraction of computational demand of embedded software components and the determination of initial mapping configurations on modern embedded heterogeneous processor architectures. The presented work combines the advantages of component-based design and properties obtained from source-code analysis. The goal is a very fast(More)
We present an approach for the determination of initial mapping configurations for embedded software components on modern embedded heterogeneous processor architectures. The presented work combines the advantages of component-based design and properties obtained from source-code analysis. The goal is a very fast estimation of execution costs for multiple(More)
In this paper, a novel approach for integrating time slice based resource access in global performance analysis of distributed real-time critical embedded systems is presented. The performance analysis approach itself is based on bottom-up analysis of communicating processes under consideration of synchronization by inter-process communication and complex(More)
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