Nicolas Sordon

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This presentation demonstrates the early results from the French ANR project RT-Simex. RT-Simex proposes a set of tools to analyze parallel embedded code and trace the simulation results back to the initial models from which the code was generated. The whole tool-set relies on standard formats (UML MARTE, Open Trace Format) to ensure a perennial use. The(More)
When designing complex real-time software, it is very difficult to predict how design decisions may impact the system timing behavior. Usually, the industrial practices rely on the subjective judgment of experienced software architects and developers. This is however risky since eventual timing errors are only detected after implementation and integration,(More)
Usually, the industrial practices rely on the subjective judgment of experienced software architects and developers to predict how design decisions may impact the system timing behavior. This is however risky since eventual timing errors are only detected after implementation and integration, when the software execution can be tested on system level, under(More)
The growing complexity of applications, combined with constant quality and time-to-market constraints, creates new challenges for performance engineering practices in the area of real-time embedded systems. It is namely expected that delivered products implement more and more complex features, while respecting strict real-time requirements. When developing(More)
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