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Migration of Automotive Real-Time Software to Multicore Systems: First Steps towards an Automated Solution

  • Jörn Schneider, Michael Bohn, Robert Rößger
    Migration of Automotive Real-Time Software to Multicore Systems: First Steps towards an Automated Solution
    In Proceedings of Work-In-Progress Session of the 22th Euromicro Conference on Real-Time Systems, 2010
  • Abstract:
    With the advent of multicore systems in the automotive industry, a multitude of existing single-core applications wait to be migrated to multicore hardware. Manually migrating existing legacy software to multicore platforms in this industrial setting is practically infeasible, because it would be highly error prone, even if a host of skilled programmers were available. Therefore, tool support is strongly needed. This paper describes the challenges of migrating real-time software in the automotive context and our approach to use static program analysis to develop automated migration tools and methods.
  • Keywords:
    real-time systems, multicore, multiprocessor, software migration, static program analysis
  • BibTex:
    @INPROCEEDINGS{Schneider:2010,
    author = {J.~Schneider and M.~Bohn and R.~R\"o\ss{}ger},
    title = {Migration of Automotive Real-Time Software to Multicore Systems: First Steps towards an Automated Solution},
    booktitle = {Proceedings Work-In-Progress Session of the 22th Euromicro Conference on Real-Time Systems},
    year = {2010},
    series = {ECRTS'10},
    pages = {37--40},
    month = {July 6--9},
    affiliation = {Dept. of Computer Science, Trier University of Applied Sciences, Trier, Germany},
    location = {Brussels, Belgium},
    numpages = {4}
    }
Michael Bohn,  1. April 2015