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January 2017 IEEE Transactions on Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI) Systems: Volume 25 Issue 1, January 2017
Publisher: IEEE Educational Activities Department
Citation Count: 0

Real-time embedded systems need to be analyzable for timing guarantees. Despite significant scientific advances, however, timing analysis lags years behind current microarchitectures with out-of-order scheduling pipelines, several hardware threads, and multiple (shared) cache layers. To satisfy the increasing performance demands, analyzable performance features are required. We propose a novel timing ...

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December 2016 ACM Transactions on Architecture and Code Optimization (TACO): Volume 13 Issue 4, December 2016
Publisher: ACM
Citation Count: 0
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The correctness of a real-time system does not depend on the correctness of its calculations alone but also on the non-functional requirement of adhering to deadlines. Guaranteeing these deadlines by static timing analysis, however, is practically infeasible for current microarchitectures with out-of-order scheduling pipelines, several hardware threads, and multiple (shared) ...
Keywords: real-time, timing analysis, WCET, custom instructions, instruction set extension, reconfigurable processors, predictability

March 2015 DATE '15: Proceedings of the 2015 Design, Automation & Test in Europe Conference & Exhibition
Publisher: EDA Consortium
Citation Count: 3
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In this paper, we study how binary applications can be transparently accelerated with novel heterogeneous computing resources without requiring any manual porting or developer-provided hints. Our work is based on Binary Acceleration At Runtime (BAAR), our previously introduced binary acceleration mechanism that uses the LLVM Compiler Infrastructure. BAAR is designed ...

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