Partitioning and Interface Synthesis in Hierarchical Multiprocessor Real-Time Systems

@inproceedings{Biondi2016PartitioningAI,
  title={Partitioning and Interface Synthesis in Hierarchical Multiprocessor Real-Time Systems},
  author={Alessandro Biondi and Giorgio C. Buttazzo and Marko Bertogna},
  booktitle={RTNS},
  year={2016}
}
Hierarchical scheduling is an effective approach developed to support the integration of independently developed applications on the same computing platform. In particular, the M-BROE framework has been recently proposed and analyzed to efficiently support component-based development on multiprocessor platforms through the virtual multiprocessor abstraction implemented by reservation servers, in the presence of shared resources. However, the problems of partitioning applications to virtual… CONTINUE READING

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