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Implementing Syntax Evolution of Embedded Systems

Sasi Bhanu Jammalamadaka, Vinaya Babu A, Trimurthy P
2015 International Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering (IJECE)  
</p><p>The paper presntes a set of methods using which the syntax evolution of embedded systems as such can be achived.  ...  The synatx evolution methods have been applied to a safety critical system that monitors and controls tempartuers within a Nuclear recator system.</p>  ...  Implementation of Self-adaption of the Command Processor through Update Process The process of adaption of the rules by a command processor is achieved through mapping of the rules to the command that  ... 
doi:10.11591/ijece.v5i6.pp1525-1535 fatcat:li5glcvppfcq3kbhqm6ppj6e44

Low Power Microprocessor Design for Embedded Systems [chapter]

Seong-Won Lee, Neungsoo Park, Jean-Luc Gaudiot
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
future Desktop processors can be retooled, adapted, or used without modifications in game consoles Special hardware (e.g. nVidia add-on cards) Attached processors (e.g.  ...  Self-configuring systems designed to define itself "on the fly" Self-healing Self-healing Autonomic problem determination and resolution Self-protecting Self-protecting System designed to protect itself  ... 
doi:10.1007/11751632_68 fatcat:ghy6q3k7pvbgtgcinnmm65pxom

SAVE: Towards Efficient Resource Management in Heterogeneous System Architectures [chapter]

G. Durelli, M. Coppola, K. Djafarian, G. Kornaros, A. Miele, M. Paolino, Oliver Pell, Christian Plessl, M. D. Santambrogio, C. Bolchini
2014 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Self-adaptiveness and hardware-assisted virtualization are the two key-enabling technologies for this kind of architectures, to allow the efficient exploitation of the available resources based on the  ...  how computing resources are exploited to optimize a given goal.  ...  Hypervisor Extensions The third target of the project is a set of elements (Fig. 3) needed to integrate the two previously discussed objectives in the realization of a self-adaptive virtualization-aware  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-05960-0_38 fatcat:txyxyy3oxfgxxlejazrypktzti

An Online Self-Adaptive System Management Technique for Multi-Core Systems

Hyunwoo Kim, Hoeseok Yang
2016 Procedia Computer Science  
We propose a generic and extensible self-adaptive framework with multiple applications in mind by providing generic programming interface that requires minimal changes in the legacy software code.  ...  This paper presents a light-weight online system adaptation technique for multi-core embedded systems running multiple applications.  ...  The proposed framework has advantages in flexibility and extensibility over existing self-adaptive techniques.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2016.04.204 fatcat:srnfrprd6zby5jvyj257yj4rhu

An Efficient Architecture for Implementing Syntax Evolution of Embedded System

J. Sasi Bhanu, A. Vinaya Babu, P. Trimurthy
2015 Indian Journal of Science and Technology  
Background/Objective: Every embedded system follows a language to communicate with the HOST.  ...  Findings: Different kinds of evolution systems that include syntax, semantics, online testing and the communication system have to be supported to make an embedded system adapt to the changes dynamically  ...  Several components have been included into the architecture which comprises of a communication component, Syntax evaluation component, a set of command processors each meant for self-adaption, semantic  ... 
doi:10.17485/ijst/2015/v8i23/73246 fatcat:x6p5dgdh2fgfbcp5uwgjdttgua

Intelligent Embedded Software: New Perspectives and Challenges [chapter]

Fateh Boutekkouk, Ridha Mahalaine, Zina Mecibah, Saliha Lakhdari, Ramissa Djouani, Djalila Belkebir
2018 Intelligent System  
with the embedded world a reality.  ...  , self-optimizing and self-repairing.  ...  Recently, a new class of self-adaptive SOCs emerges as a new paradigm inspired from the organic computing and especially the self-x properties.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.72417 fatcat:zujcegkyzfb6jasjdlpnfe4jai

Incorporating architecture-based self-adaptation into an adaptive industrial software system

Javier Cámara, Pedro Correia, Rogério de Lemos, David Garlan, Pedro Gomes, Bradley Schmerl, Rafael Ventura
2016 Journal of Systems and Software  
Architecture-based self-adaptation (ABSA) is regarded as a promising approach to improve the resilience and reduce the development/operation costs of such systems.  ...  ; and (ii) obtain important benefits in terms of maintainability and extensibility of adaptation mechanisms.  ...  Does ABSA provide clear benefits in terms of maintainability and extensibility of adaptation mechanisms?  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jss.2015.09.021 fatcat:ja2bhic7r5byfglf6e4amztmgq

Smart Network Interfaces for Advanced Automotive Applications

Shanker Shreejith, Suhaib A. Fahmy
2018 IEEE Micro  
Furthermore, the network extensions can also manage a security adaptation frame (a special frame for adapting security specifics) without intervention from the application, allowing the security scheme  ...  The Zynq platform enables the hardware blocks to be selectively modified to adapt the processing logic through a processor-based PCAP interface.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mm.2018.022071137 fatcat:yw5qerkorfdsnmgje5rdeiyl3e


2010 2010 13th Euromicro Conference on Digital System Design: Architectures, Methods and Tools  
This generation is often referred to as embedded systems.  ...  Multipurpose adaptivity and reliability features are playing more and more of a central role, especially while scaling silicon technologies down according to Moore´s benchmarks.  ...  Xilinx recently announced its Extensible Processing Platform (EPP) which incorporates dual ARM Cortex A9 core processors, memory, peripherals and varying amounts of FPGA fabric.  ... 
doi:10.1109/dsd.2010.6 fatcat:ll2jky2lxbbbnmizkjconlqdom

Technical Report: Artificial DNA - a Concept for Self-Building Embedded Systems [article]

Uwe Brinkschulte
2017 arXiv   pre-print
This blueprint can be used to build up the embedded system in a self-organizing manner at run-time.  ...  This technical report deals with the concept of an artificial DNA which contains a blueprint of the structure and organization of an embedded system.  ...  This enables a large amount of adaptivity, flexibility, dependability and robustness and is a leverage to handle large distributed embedded systems.  ... 
arXiv:1707.07617v1 fatcat:2j5klhpkcnfl3cauvozb46n3v4

Combining Static Partitioning with Dynamic Distribution of Threads [chapter]

Ronald Moore, Melanie Klang, Bernd Klauer, Klaus Waldschmidt
1999 Distributed and Parallel Embedded Systems  
Each processor is augmented with a broker, whose responsibility it is to shop for tasks for the processor to perform.  ...  This approach aims to provide an adaptive run-time distribution of computation for irregular problems such as the simulation of embedded systems.  ...  Extensions for Embedded Systems 1.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35570-2_7 fatcat:i4xojzamizg5plapjd5m7wx2wu

Towards a self-reconfigurable embedded processor architecture

Shady O. Agwa, Hany H. Ahmad, Awad I. Saleh
2009 2009 International Conference on Computer Engineering & Systems  
Embedded processors with fixed architecture have disadvantages: they are neither reusable nor are they flexible enough to match the specific needs of different application domains.  ...  A self-reconfigurable architecture would be more flexible as the extended hardware execution units can be reconfigured or replaced at runtime to accelerate more than one algorithm avoiding area, power,  ...  Self-reconfigurable: One particular technique used to achieve "adaptability" through "dynamic extensibility".  ... 
doi:10.1109/icces.2009.5383316 fatcat:ahtvkwnra5fsvepeu2jnl65pgi

Communication strategies for shared-bus embedded multiprocessors

Neal K. Bambha, Shuvra S. Bhattacharyya
2005 Proceedings of the 5th ACM international conference on Embedded software - EMSOFT '05  
We perform an extensive experimental comparison on both real and simulated benchmarks to gauge the effect of synchronization and communication overhead costs on these crossover points.  ...  As the task execution time variability increases, we show that first self-timed and then dynamic scheduling policies are preferred.  ...  to adapt to changes in task execution times.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1086228.1086233 dblp:conf/emsoft/BambhaB05 fatcat:is4sfe7arvdvhbggc7dlc2os4m

Application of Platform Models in Model Driven Engineering of Embedded Software

Inali Wisniewski Soares, Luciane Telinski Wiedermann Agner, Paulo Cézar Stadzisz, Jean Marcelo Simão
2015 Journal of Computer Science  
This paper presents two UML 2.0 profiles for designing embedded software based on Real-Time Operating Systems (RTOS).  ...  The second one, named swxRTOS, defines a set of stereotypes to describe platform models and the mapping between application and platform.  ...  For example, extension mechanisms are provided in order to adapt UML 2.0 to different applications and platform domains.  ... 
doi:10.3844/jcssp.2015.1075.1081 fatcat:zoevtpjfhfa3tnabwciehrk6ie

E-TDD – Embedded Test Driven Development a Tool for Hardware-Software Co-design Projects [chapter]

Michael Smith, Andrew Kwan, Alan Martin, James Miller
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
A version of CppUnitLite was modified to meet the memory and speed constraints present on self-contained, high performance, digital signal processing (DSP) systems.  ...  Details of CppUnitLit extensions necessary to permit tests specific for a small hardware-software codesign project, and lessons learnt when using the current E-TDD tool, are given.  ...  A key element in adapting this tool was to minimize memory usage to ensure that it would fit within the embedded system environment.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11499053_17 fatcat:sm6siqzgwzcmtku4wzlu3mxvtm
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