Proceedings Fifth IEEE International Symposium on Object-Oriented Real-Time Distributed Computing. ISIRC 2002 (2002)
Apr. 29, 2002 to May 1, 2002
David Decotigny , Institut de Recherche en Informatique et Syst?mes Al?atoires
Isabelle Puaut , Institut de Recherche en Informatique et Syst?mes Al?atoires
Artisst (Artisst is a Real-TIme System Simulation Tool) is a modular event-driven simulation framework for real-time systems. It is targeted towards the performance evaluation of complex dynamic real-time systems made of tasks performing arbitrary computations and exhibiting a complex and realistic pattern for their arrival law, synchronization relations, and execution time. The simulator actually focuses on a time-accurate simulation, since it allows, among other things, to take the operating system (including its scheduler) costs into account. Furthermore, thanks to its modular and object-oriented software architecture, the simulator is not dedicated to a particular Operating System API, but is fully customizable instead. This paper describes Artisst, and illustrates its functionalities and customization facilities on two example real-time systems.
Discrete Events Simulator, Real-time, Operating System, Scheduler, Extensibility
I. Puaut and D. Decotigny, "Artisst: An Extensible and Modular Simulation Tool for Real-Time Systems," Proceedings Fifth IEEE International Symposium on Object-Oriented Real-Time Distributed Computing. ISIRC 2002(ISORC), Washington D.C., 2002, pp. 0365.