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SimTrOS: A Heterogenous Abstraction Level Simulator for Multicore Synchronization in Real-Time Systems

  • Jörn Schneider, Michael Bohn, Christian Eltges
    SimTrOS: A Heterogenous Abstraction Level Simulator for Multicore Synchronization in Real-Time Systems
    2nd International Workshop on Analysis Tools and Methodologies for Embedded and Real-time Systems, Porto, Portugal, 2011 in conjunction with the 23rd Euromicro Conference on Real-Time Systems
  • Abstract:

To provide a common ground for the comparison of real-time multicore synchronization protocols we developed a framework that supports heterogenous levels of abstraction for simulated functionality and simulated timing. Our intention is to make the simulator available to the real-time research community and industrial users. For the latter we initially focus on automotive real-time systems. This paper describes the simulation framework and the novel idea of heterogenous abstraction levels that lies at the heart of its design. Notwithstanding the clear focus, we believe that the simulator itself as well as the concept of heterogenous abstraction levels can be useful in a significantly broader way.

  • BibTex:
    @INPROCEEDINGS{ 
    Schneider:2011,
    author = {J\"orn Schneider and Michael Bohn and Christian Eltges},
    title = {{SimTrOS}: A Heterogenous Abstraction Level Simulator for Multicore Synchronization in Real-Time Systems},
    booktitle = {{WATERS 2011} in conjunction with {ECRTS 2011}},
    year = {2011},
    month = {July 5--8},
    affiliation = {Dept. of Computer Science, Trier University of Applied Sciences, Trier, Germany},
    location = {Porto, Portugal}
    }
Michael Bohn,  1. April 2015