Configuration-level hardware/software partitioning for real-time embedded systems


In this paper, we present an approach to hardware/software partitioning for real-time embedded systems. The abstraction level we have adopted is referred to as the configuration level, where hardware is modeled as resources with no detailed functionality and software is modeled as tasks utilizing the resources. Through configuration-level analysis, cost and… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/947185.947192


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