@article{Jon2020,Author = {Jon Perez, Roman Obermaisser, Jaume Abella, Francisco Cazorla, Kim Grüttner, Irune Agirre, Hamidreza Ahmadian and Imanol Allende},Title = {Multi-Core Devices for Safety-Critical Systems: A Survey},Journal = {ACM Computing Surveys},Year = {2020},Doi = {https://doi.org/10.1145/3398665},Url = {https://dl.acm.org/doi/abs/10.1145/3398665},type = {article},Abstract = {Multi-core devices are envisioned to support the development of next generation safety-critical systems, enabling the on-chip integration of functions of different criticality. This integration provides multiple system level potential benefits such as cost, size, power and weight reduction. However, safety certification becomes a challenge and several fundamental safety technical requirements must be addressed, such as temporal and spatial independence, reliability and diagnostic coverage. This survey provides a categorization and overview at different device abstraction levels (nanoscale, component and device) of selected key research contributions that support the compliance with these fundamental safety requirements.}}@COMMENT{Bibtex file generated on }