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Building computers that can be used to design embedded real-time systems is the subject of this title. Real-time embedded software requires increasingly higher performances. The authors therefore consider processors that implement advanced mechanisms such as pipelining, out-of-order execution, branch prediction, cache memories, multi-threading, multicorearchitectures, etc. The authors of this book investigate the timepredictability of such schemes.
Table of Contents
1.1 Real-time systems
1.1.1 Soft vs. hard real-time systems
1.1.2 Critical systems
1.2 Time predictability
2 Timing analysis of Real-Time Systems
2.1 Task-level analysis
2.1.1 Static WCET analysis
2.1.2 Measurement-based analysis
2.2 System-level analysis
2.3 Task scheduling
3 Modern processors
3.3 Branch prediction
4 Memory hierarchy
5.1 Impact of resource sharing on time predictability
5.1.1 Temporal sharing
5.1.2 Spatial sharing
5.2 Timing analysis for multicores
5.3 Time-predictable architectures