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Title: Interactive design space exploration of real-time embedded systems
Keywords: System-level Design, Real-Time Embedded System, Performance Analysis, Timing Analysis, GPGPU, FlexRay
Issue Date: 23-Oct-2008
Citation: UNMESH DUTTA BORDOLOI (2008-10-23). Interactive design space exploration of real-time embedded systems. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: A typical design space exploration process of a real-time embedded system involves two concerns. Firstly, the designer is confronted with a prohibitively large design space, where the design points are associated with conflicting tradeoffs with respect to various performance metrics. Secondly, the designer needs to run a performance analysis to evaluate each design point. For most realistic system models such performance analysis is time consuming and this critically impacts the interactive design space exploration sessions. In this thesis, we propose (i) novel algorithmic techniques as well as (ii) hardware-based techniques to accelerate the computationally expensive performance analysis in each iteration. We also introduce (i) a scheme to approximate the potentially exponential sized design space with only a polynomial number of points and (ii) techniques to provide insightful feedback to the designer regarding the design parameters he may choose to modify in each iteration.
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