An Approach to Incremental Design of Distributed Embedded Systems
38th Design Automation Conference (DAC), Las Vegas, USA, June 18-22, 2001, pp. 450-455 (best paper award candidate)
In this paper we present an approach to incremental design of distributed embedded systems for hard real-time applications. We start from an already existing system running a set of applications and the design problem is to implement new functionality on this system. Thus, we propose mapping strategies of functionality so that the already running functionality is not disturbed and there is a good chance that, later, new functionality can easily be mapped on the resulted system. The mapping and scheduling for hard real-time embedded systems are considered the context of a realistic communication model. Several experiments demonstrate the efficiency of the approach.
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[PEPP01] Paul Pop, Petru Eles, Traian Pop, Zebo Peng, "An Approach to Incremental Design of Distributed Embedded Systems", 38th Design Automation Conference (DAC), Las Vegas, USA, June 18-22, 2001, pp. 450-455 (best paper award candidate)