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Issue No. 05 - September/October (2010 vol. 30)
ISSN: 0272-1732
pp: 66-75
Theo Ungerer , University of Augsburg, Augsburg
Francisco Cazorla , Barcelona SuperComputing Center , barcelona
Pascal Sainrat , Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse
Guillem Bernat , Rapita Systems L.t.d, York
Zlatko Petrov , Honeywell International s.r.o., Brno
Christine Rochange , Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse
Eduardo Quiñones , Barcelona Supercomputing Center, barcelona
Mike Gerdes , University of Augsburg, Augsburg
Marco Paolieri , Barcelona Supercomputing Center, Barcelona
Julian Wolf , University of Augsburg, Augsburg
Hugues Casse , Universite┬┤ Paul Sabatier de Toulouse
Sascha Uhrig , University of Augsburg
Irakli Guliashvili , University of Augsburg
Michael Houston , Rapita Systems
Floria Kluge , University of Augsburg
Stefan Metzlaff , University of Augsburg
Jorg Mische , University of Augsburg
<p>The M<scp>erasa</scp> project aims to achieve a breakthrough in hardware design, hard real-time support in system software, and worst-case execution time analysis tools for embedded multicore processors. The project focuses on developing multicore processor designs for hard real-time embedded systems and techniques to guarantee the analyzability and timing predictability of every feature provided by the processor.</p>
hardware, software, embedded systems, multicore, real-time, WCET analysis, industrial case study
Theo Ungerer, Francisco Cazorla, Pascal Sainrat, Guillem Bernat, Zlatko Petrov, Christine Rochange, Eduardo Quiñones, Mike Gerdes, Marco Paolieri, Julian Wolf, Hugues Casse, Sascha Uhrig, Irakli Guliashvili, Michael Houston, Floria Kluge, Stefan Metzlaff, Jorg Mische, "Merasa: Multicore Execution of Hard Real-Time Applications Supporting Analyzability", IEEE Micro, vol. 30, no. , pp. 66-75, September/October 2010, doi:10.1109/MM.2010.78
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