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Dataflow software architectures are prevalent in prototypes of advanced automotive systems, for both driver-assisted and autonomous driving. Safety constraints of these systems necessitate real-time performance guarantees. Automotive prototypes often ensure such constraints through overprovisioning and dedicated hardware; however, a commercially viable system must utilize as few low-cost multicore processors as possible to meet size, weight, and power constraints. In short, these platforms mustdoi:10.1109/rtcsa.2014.6910527 dblp:conf/rtcsa/ElliottAELA14 fatcat:t57zg2tz3vftxp5bunjfcj4enu