Renan Augusto Starke

Learn More
Nowadays, many real-time applications are very complex and as the complexity and the requirements of those systems become more demanding, more hardware processing capacity is necessary. Unfortunately, the correct functioning of real-time systems depends not only on the logically correct response but also on the time when it is produced. General-purpose(More)
Many embedded systems have soft real-time constraints and it is useful to have an estimate for the worst-case response time of each task. Formal analysis provides safe upper bounds but they are too pessimistic for complex architectures. Simulators can be used to establish a lower bound for the worst-case response time, but classic simulators apply arrival(More)