PapaBench: a Free Real-Time Benchmark

@inproceedings{Nemer2006PapaBenchAF,
  title={PapaBench: a Free Real-Time Benchmark},
  author={Fadia Nemer and Hugues Cass{\'e} and Pascal Sainrat and Jean Paul Bahsoun and Marianne De Michiel},
  booktitle={WCET},
  year={2006}
}
This paper presents PapaBench, a free real-time benchmark and compares it with the existing benchmark suites. It is designed to be valuable for experimental works in WCET computation and may be also useful for scheduling analysis. This benchmark is based on the Paparazzi project that represents a real-time application, developed to be embedded on different Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV). In this paper, we explain the transformation process of Paparazzi applied to obtain the PapaBench. We… CONTINUE READING

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