Pramote Kuacharoen

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Many real-time applications require a high-resolution time tick in order to work properly. However, supporting a high-resolution time tick imposes a very high overhead on the system. In addition, such systems may need to change scheduling discipline from time to time to satisfy some user requirements such as Quality of Service (QoS). The dynamic changing of(More)
Previous work has shown that a system-on-a-chip lock cache (SoCLC) reduces on-chip memory traffic, provides a fair and fast lock hand-off, simplifies software, increases the real-time predictability of the system and improves performance. In this research work, we extend the SoCLC mechanism with a priority inheritance support implemented in hardware.(More)
Software streaming allows the execution of stream-enabled software on a device even while the transmission/streaming may still be in progress. Thus, the software can be executed while it is being streamed instead of causing the user to wait for the completion of download, decompression, installation and reconfiguration. Our streaming method can reduce(More)
In this paper, we present a mechanism for runtime updating of all kernel modules of a highly modular dynamic real-time operating system. Our approach can help solve the lack of adaptability, extensibility, and flexibility of existing real-time operating systems. The dynamic real-time operating system will efficiently support a wide range of applications(More)
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