Fully automatic worst-case execution time analysis for MATLAB/Simulink models
Kirner, R; Lang, R.; Freiberger, G; Puschner, P.
Citation: Kirner , R , Lang , R , Freiberger , G & Puschner , P 2002 , ' Fully automatic worst-case execution time analysis for MATLAB/Simulink models ' . in In: 14th Euromicro Conference on Real-Time Systems . IEEE , pp. 31-41 , 14th Euromicro Conference on Real Time Systems (EUROMICRO RTS 2002) , VIENNA , 19-21 June . , 10.1109/EMRTS.2002.1019183
In today's technical world (e.g., in the automotive industry), more and more purely mechanical components get replaced by electro-mechanical ones. Thus the size and complexity of embedded systems steadily increases. To cope with this development, comfortable software engineering tools are being developed that allow a more functionality-oriented development of applications. The paper demonstrates how worst-case execution time (WCET) analysis is integrated into such a high-level application design and simulation tool MATLAB/Simulink-thus providing a higher-level interface to WCET analysis. The MATLAB/Simulink extensions compute and display worst-case timing data for all blocks of a MATLAB/Simulink simulation, which gives the developer of an application valuable feedback about the correct timing of the application being developed. The solution facilitates a fully-automated WCET analysis, i.e., in contrast to existing approaches the programmer does not have to provide path information.
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