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Dynamic Reconfiguration in Real-Time Systems

Energy, Performance, and Thermal Perspectives

by Weixun Wang

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Published by Springer New York, Imprint: Springer in New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Systems engineering,
  • Engineering,
  • Processor Architectures,
  • Circuits and Systems,
  • Energy, general,
  • Computer science

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Weixun Wang, Prabhat Mishra, Sanjay Ranka
    SeriesEmbedded Systems -- 4
    ContributionsMishra, Prabhat, 1973-, Ranka, Sanjay, SpringerLink (Online service)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTK7888.4
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27033485M
    ISBN 109781461402787

    Reconfiguration of Synchronous Real-Time Operating System: /ijsda Real-time scheduling is the theoretical basis of real-time systems engineering. Earliest Deadline first (EDF) is an optimal scheduling algorithm forCited by: 3. satisfied. Wang and Mishra applied DCR in soft real-time systems, in which task’s arrival time and deadline are not known in priori, by utilizing static profiling information at runtime for both sin-gle level cache [6] and multiple level cache hierarchy [7]. Recent efforts [14] tried to combine DCR and DVS together in hard real-time systems.

    N2 - The degree of flexibility brought to the next generation of aircraft by Integrated Modular Avionics (IMA) concept potentially enables dynamic reconfiguration of the avionics systems, e.g. as a means of fault containment. So far, most of the research in this field has focused on real-time task scheduling and dynamic resource (re)allocation. Reconfiguration is the process of adding hardware units to, or removing hardware units from, a configuration. Units can be either: Online: Units in use by a system are called both physically and logically online, a unit is available to be used by the system.

    A Controller for Dynamic Partial Reconfiguration in FPGA-based Real-Time Systems Luca Pezzarossa, Martin Schoeberl, and Jens Sparsø Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science Technical University of Denmark, Kgs. Lyngby Email: [lpez, masca, jspa]@ Abstract—In real-time systems, the use of hardware acceler-. Dynamic Reconfiguration of Two-Level Cache Hierarchy in Real-Time Embedded Systems Weixun Wang and Prabhat Mishra Abstract — System optimization techniques based on efficient dynamic reconfiguration have been widely adopted in recent years. Cache reconfiguration is a promising optimization technique for.


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Focuses on algorithms tuned for dynamic reconfiguration techniques in real-time systems; Provides reference for anyone designing low-power systems, energy-/temperature-constrained devices, and power-performance efficient systems which execute tasks with timing by: 6.

Buy Dynamic Reconfiguration in Real-Time Systems: Energy, Performance, and Thermal Perspectives (Embedded Systems Book 4): Read Books Reviews - ed by: 6. The focus of this book is to describe the dynamic reconfiguration techniques that can be safely used in real-time systems.

This book provides comprehensive approaches by considering synergistic effects of computation, communication as well as storage together to significantly improve overall performance, power, energy and temperature.

The focus of this book is to describe the dynamic reconfiguration techniques that can be safely used in real-time systems. This book provides comprehensive approaches by considering synergistic effects of computation, communication as well as storage together to significantly improve overall performance, power, energy and : Springer New York.

The “Dynamic Reconfiguration in Real-Time Systems” is an informative book that describes the challenges in performing dynamic configurations in real-time systems. Since different programs may have distinct requirements of cache configuration during execution, significant energy efficiency as well as performance improvements can be achieved by employing dynamic cache reconfiguration (DCR) in the system.

Although reconfigurable caches are highly beneficial in general-purpose platforms [38, ], Author: Weixun Wang, Prabhat Mishra, Sanjay Ranka. Dynamic Reconfiguration for Real-Time Automotive Embedded Systems in Fail-Operational Context Abstract: The concept of fail-operational in safety critical systems in general and specifically in the automotive domain is often closely linked to the topic of reconfiguration.

Several projects already dealt with reconfiguration in the by: 2. Dynamic cache reconfiguration is a promising technique in reducing energy consumption of the cache subsystem for uniprocessor systems.

In this paper, we present a novel energy optimization. Dynamic cache reconfiguration is a promising approach for reducing energy consumption as well as for improving overall system performance. It is a major challenge to introduce cache reconfiguration into real-time multitasking systems, since dynamic analysis Author: WangWeixun, MishraPrabhat, Gordon-RossAnn.

Dynamic cache reconfiguration (DCR) provides the ability to change cache configuration at run time so that it can satisfy each application's unique requirement in terms of cache size, line size and associativity. By specializing the cache subsystem, DCR is capable of improving cache energy efficiency as well as overall by: 8.

System optimization techniques based on dynamic reconfiguration are widely adopted for energy conservation. While dynamic voltage scaling (DVS) techniques have been extensively studied for processor energy conservation, dynamic cache reconfiguration (DCR) for reducing cache energy consumption in multitasking systems is still in its by: 8.

Dynamic Reconfiguration of Two-Level Caches in Soft Real-Time Embedded Systems Abstract: Cache reconfiguration is a promising optimization technique for reducing memory hierarchy energy consumption with little or no impact on overall system by: Embedded Real Time Operating Systems For Dynamic Reconfiguration Conference Paper (PDF Available) March with 89 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Dynamic Reconfiguration for Adaptive Multiversion Real-Time Systems. Thus such systems require both temporal isolation and dynamic reconfiguration. In this paper we deal with both these requirements.

By assuming that the system is structured such that there are several modes of operation to be chosen at runtime, we formulate a reconfig-uration problem. Temporal isolation is ensured by CBS. Question: What is dynamic reconfiguration.

Answer: Dynamic reconfiguration is changing the hardware configuration of a PSoC chip on-the-fly during program operation.

The configuration is controlled by the contents of registers. The initial configuration is loaded at power-on. Reconfiguration is achieved during execution of the firmware.

Dynamic reconfiguration techniques are widely used for efficient system optimization. Dynamic cache reconfiguration is a promising approach for reducing energy consumption as well as for improving overall system performance. It is a major challenge to introduce cache reconfiguration into real-time embedded systems since dynamic analysis may adversely affect tasks with real-time constraints.

Dynamic reconfiguration is a powerful approach for realizing a high-speed and low-power-consumption system. It enables a system to gather as much specific circuits as the system requires, and then to comprise general-purpose computation.

This paper introduces a real-time video-streaming processing system with dynamic reconfigurations. In our case studies, our system achieved high performance. A GA-Based Approach to Dynamic Reconfiguration of Real-Time Systems. "This book deals with a new approach to collaborative problem solving.

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