Implementing Multi-Periodic Critical Systems: from Design to Code Generation

@inproceedings{Forget2009ImplementingMC,
  title={Implementing Multi-Periodic Critical Systems: from Design to Code Generation},
  author={Julien Forget and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Boniol and David Lesens and Claire Pagetti},
  booktitle={FMA},
  year={2009}
}
This article presents a complete scheme for the development of Critical Embedded Systems with Multiple Real-Time Constraints. The system is programmed with a language that extends the synchronous approach with high-level real-time primitives. It enables to assemble in a modular and hierarchical manner several locally mono-periodic synchronous systems into a globally multi-periodic synchronous system. It also allows to specify flow latency constraints. A program is translated into a set of real… 

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