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Srinivasan, Srinidhi (author)
For any real-time system, being predictable with respect to time is a basic necessity. The combination of a preemptive execution model and a multiprocessor platform poses a challenge when analysing the predictability of a system. In this thesis, we present a new type of framework for the worst-case response time analysis for preemptive tasks...
master thesis 2020
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Marcè i Igual, Joan (author)
Gang scheduling, has long been adopted by the high-performance computing community as a way to reduce the synchronization overhead between related threads. Gang schedulling allows for several threads to execute in lock steps without suffering from long busy-wait periods or be penalised by large context-switch overheads. If several threads use...
master thesis 2020
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Nogd, Suhail (author)
With the proliferation of multicore platforms, the embedded systems world has shifted more and more towards multiprocessing to make use of high computing power and increased cyber functionalities. Although today multiprocessor platforms have been extensively adopted by real-time embedded systems, there exists a need for tools and techniques that...
master thesis 2020
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Eigbe, E. (author)
While multiprocessor platforms have been widely adopted by the embedded systems industry in the past couple of years, there are still fundamental challenges about their timing predictability for applications with real-time timing constraints. The common-off-the-shelf (COTS) multiprocessor platforms typically use complex hardware components,...
master thesis 2020
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Nasri, Mitra (author), Nelissen, Geoffrey (author), Brandenburg, Björn B. (author)
Most recurrent real-time applications can be modeled as a set of sequential code segments (or blocks) that must be (repeatedly) executed in a specific order. This paper provides a schedulability analysis for such systems modeled as a set of parallel DAG tasks executed under any limited-preemptive global job-level fixed priority scheduling...
conference paper 2019
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Brouns, M. (author)
Liquid bulk is one of the largest industries of the modern world, and efficient scheduling is needed for liquid bulk terminals to remain competitive. A common solution for the planning efficiency problem is to apply planning algorithms, rather than human planners for creating schedules. However, replacing human planners by algorithms is often a...
master thesis 2015
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Kumar, S.S. (author)
The sustained increase in computational performance demanded by next-generation applications drives the increasing core counts of modern multiprocessor systems. However, in the dark silicon era, the performance levels and integration density of such systems is limited by thermal constraints of their physical package. These constraints are more...
doctoral thesis 2015
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Tjin A Djie, M.E. (author)
This thesis presents the design and implementation of a Chip-Multiprocessor (CMP) targeted at streaming applications(e.g. MPEG, MP3). Streaming applications are applications which can be split into several distinct stages working on data elements in a pipelined fashion. We propose a distributed-memory array (MEP- MAS), where the cores...
master thesis 2012
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Michos, A. (author)
Transactional memory is a lock-free parallel programming model, which aims at replacing conventional lock-based threaded programming techniques, currently used by multi-core systems. These techniques are difficult to implement and impose unnecessary overheads caused by conservative programming practices. In this thesis, the scalability potential...
master thesis 2012
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Vasilikos, V. (author)
In this paper, new heuristic-search methods and algorithms are presented for enabling highly efficient and adaptive, defect-tolerant multiprocessor arrays. We consider systems where a homogeneous multiprocessor array lies on top of reconfigurable interconnects which allow the pipeline stages of the processors to be connected in all possible...
master thesis 2011
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Kumar, S.S. (author)
With the performance of single-core processors approaching its limits, an increased amount of research effort is focused on chip multiprocessors (CMP). However, existing lock-based synchronization methods that are critical to performing parallel computation possess limited scalability and are inherently complex to use while programming. This...
master thesis 2010
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De Langen, P.J. (author)
doctoral thesis 2009
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Meenderinck, C. (author), Azevedo, A. (author), Juurlink, B. (author), Alvarez Mesa, M. (author), Ramirez, A. (author)
An important question is whether emerging and future applications exhibit sufficient parallelism, in particular thread-level parallelism, to exploit the large numbers of cores future chip multiprocessors (CMPs) are expected to contain. As a case study we investigate the parallelism available in video decoders, an important application domain now...
journal article 2008
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Zibarov, A.V. (author), Karpov, A.N. (author), Medvedev, A.V. (author), Komarov, I.Y. (author), Orlov, D.A. (author)
Nowadays numerical simulation of complicated CFD problems by means of parallel computation is widely used all over the world. There are many CFD codes which can work on multiprocessor systems. The GasDynamicsTool (GDT) package developed by the GDT Software Group is one of them. It is meant for the numerical simulation of gas-dynamics processes...
conference paper 2006
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Zibarov, A.V. (author), Karpov, A.N. (author), Medvedev, A.V. (author), Komarov, I.Y. (author), Orlov, D.A. (author)
Visualization of data is nowadays an indispensable part of scientific research and effect analysis practically in any field of natural sciences. Graphic presentation of the results in the form of color lay-outs or functional dependence diagrams makes it considerably easier to perceive new information and contributes to a more sophisticated and...
conference paper 2006
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