Ralf Stemmer and Maher Fakih and Kim Grüttner and Wolfgang Nebel
9th Workshop on Rapid Simulation and Performance Evaluation: Methods and Tools (RAPIDO)
Scenario-Aware Data-Flow Graphs (SADFGs) were introduced to capture the behavior of embedded applications achieving a good trade-off between expressiveness and analyzability.
On the one side, they support the timing analysis of real-time applications, especially those running on MPSoCs, due to the clean separation of computation and communication phases in their executing nodes.
On the other side, SADFGs allow the expression of a more dynamic behaviors than Synchronous dataflow graphs by allowing dynamic token-rates of single nodes
depending on pre-defined typical scenarios. The fact which leads to more efficiency and better throughput.
In this paper, we describe the extension of a previous model-checking based real-time analysis approach to allow the analysis of timing bounds for FSM-SADFGs mapped on a shared memory multiprocessor
architecture. We demonstrate our approach on an MPEG decoder application being viable to
obtain the worst-case end-to-end latency of its implementation under different scenarios on a 2-tiles MPSoC.
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