Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):

B. Huber, C. El Salloum, R. Obermaisser:
"A Resource Management Framework for Mixed-Criticality Embedded Systems";
Talk: 34th Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society (IECON'08), Orlando, FL, U.S.A.; 2008-11-10 - 2008-11-13; in: "34th Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society (IECON'08)", IEEE Computer Society, (2008), ISBN: 978-1-4244-1766-7; 2425 - 2431.

English abstract:
Dynamic resource management enables a system to
dynamically react to changing resource demands or resource
availability. It enables better resource utilization, improved dependability,
and the enabling of power-aware system behavior.
This paper examines the application of dynamic resource management
for an integrated time-triggered system architecture
for embedded systems, which is designed to support mixedcriticality
systems, i.e., systems integrating distributed application
subsystems (DASs) with different dependability requirements
on the same hardware platform. For such systems a vital
characteristic is to achieve encapsulation of the hosted DASs
and to provide mechanisms for fault-isolation. The key challenge
addressed in this paper is to preserve these system characteristics
despite the presence of dynamic resource allocation. To this end,
a resource management framework is presented that provides
static resource guarantees for DASs having higher dependability
requirements, while facilitating efficient resource utilization for
less critical DASs.

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