A dual-priority real-time multiprocessor system on FPGA for automotive applications

The paper A dual-priority real-time multiprocessor system on FPGA for automotive applications, authored by Antonino Tumeo, Marco Branca, Lorenzo Camerini, Marco Ceriani, Matteo Monchiero, Gianluca Palermo, Fabrizio Ferrandi and Donatella Sciuto will be presented at DATE 2008.

This paper presents the implementation of the dual-priority scheduling algorithm for real-time embedded systems on a shared memory multiprocessor architecture on FPGA. The dual-priority microkernel is supported by a multiprocessor interrupt controller to trigger periodic and sporadic thread activation and manage context switching.
We show how the dual-priority algorithm performs on a real system prototype compared to the theoretical performance simulations with a typical standard workload of automotive applications, underlining where the differences are.

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