The Logical Execution Time Paradigm: New Perspectives for Multicore Systems (Dagstuhl Seminar 18092)

Rolf Ernst, Stefan Kuntz, Sophie Quinton, Martin Simons, Michael Wagner
2018 Dagstuhl Reports  
This report documents the program and the outcomes of Dagstuhl Seminar 18092 "The Logical Execution Time Paradigm: New Perspectives for Multicore Systems". The seminar brought together academic and industrial researchers working on challenges related to the Logical Execution Time Paradigm (LET). The main purpose was to promote a closer interaction between the subcommunities involved in the application of LET to multicore systems, with a particular emphasis on the automotive domain. Seminar
more » ... ary 25-28, 2018 - License Creative Commons BY 3.0 Unported license © Rolf Ernst, Stefan Kuntz, Martin Simons, Borislav Nikolić, Sophie Quinton, and Hermann von Hasseln The Logical Execution Time (LET) abstraction, which was originally introduced as a realtime programming paradigm, has gained traction recently in the automotive industry with the shift to multicore architectures. The objective of this Dagstuhl Seminar was to investigate new opportunities and challenges raised by the use of LET as a basis for implementing parallel execution of control software. LET abstracts from the actual timing behavior of real-time tasks on the physical platform: Independent of when a task executes, the time interval between its reading input and writing output is fixed by the LET. This introduces a separation between functionality on the one Except where otherwise noted, content of this report is licensed under a Creative Commons BY 3.0
doi:10.4230/dagrep.8.2.122 dblp:journals/dagstuhl-reports/ErnstKQS18 fatcat:6k7z4uyijrhuxceulih3jeiqoa