Timing Prediction for Service-Based Applications Mapped on Linux-Based Multi-core Platforms

@article{Jonk2018TimingPF,
  title={Timing Prediction for Service-Based Applications Mapped on Linux-Based Multi-core Platforms},
  author={Ruben Jonk and Jeroen Voeten and Marc Geilen and Twan Basten and Ramon R. H. Schiffelers},
  journal={2018 21st Euromicro Conference on Digital System Design (DSD)},
  year={2018},
  pages={130-139}
}
We develop a model-based approach to predict timing of service-based software applications on Linux-based multi-core platforms for alternative mappings (affinity and priority settings). Service-based applications consist of communicating sequential (Linux) processes. These processes execute functions (also called services), but can only execute them one at a time. Models are inferred automatically from execution traces to enable timing optimization of existing (legacy) systems. Our approach… CONTINUE READING

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