@article{contrex_micpro,Author = {Kim Grüttner and Ralph Görgen and Sören Schreiner and Fernando Herrera and Pablo Penil and Julio Medina and Eugenio Villar and Gianluca Palermo and William Fornaciari and Carlo Brandolese and Davide Gadioli and Emanuele Vitali and Davide Zoni and Sara Bocchio and Luca Ceva and Paolo Azzoni and Massimo Poncino and Sara Vinco and Enrico Macii and Salvatore Cusenza and John Favaro and Raúl Valencia and Ingo Sander and Kathrin Rosvall and Nima Khalilzad and Davide Quaglia},Title = {CONTREX: Design of embedded mixed-criticality CONTRol systems under consideration of EXtra-functional properties},Journal = {Microprocessors and Microsystems - Embedded Hardware Design},Year = {2017},Booktitle = {Microprocessors and Microsystems - Embedded Hardware Design},Doi = {10.1016/j.micpro.2017.03.012},Url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.micpro.2017.03.012},type = {article},Abstract = {The increasing processing power of today’s HW/SW platforms leads to the integration of more and more functions in a single device. Additional design challenges arise when these functions share computing resources and belong to different criticality levels. CONTREX complements current activities in the area of predictable computing platforms and segregation mechanisms with techniques to consider the extra-functional properties, i.e., timing constraints, power, and temperature. CONTREX enables energy efficient and cost aware design through analysis and optimization of these properties with regard to application demands at different criticality levels. This article presents an overview of the CONTREX European project, its main innovative technology (extension of a model based design approach, functional and extra-functional analysis with executable models and run-time management) and the final results of three industrial use-cases from different domain (avionics, automotive and telecommunication).}}@COMMENT{Bibtex file generated on }