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Response-time analysis for fixed-priority systems with a write-back cache

, multiprocessor and networked systems; analysis of cache related preemption delays, mixed criticality systems, and probabilistic hard real-time systems. Sebastian Altmeyer is Assistant Professor (Universitair

On the analysis of random replacement caches using static probabilistic timing methods for multi-path programs

been in the application of non-standard techniques to Real-time problems, utilising techniques from various other fields such as lossy compression, statistics and machine learning. Sebastian Altmeyer is

An extensible framework for multicore response time analysis

probabilistic hard real-time systems. Sebastian Altmeyer is a researcher at the University of Amsterdam, where he has received a 2015 NWO Veni grant on the timing verification of real-time multicore systems ... Altmeyer 0 1 0 University of Amsterdam , Amsterdam , The Netherlands 1 INRIA Paris , Paris , France In this paper, we introduce a multicore response time analysis (MRTA) framework, which decouples response

Fixed priority scheduling with pre-emption thresholds and cache-related pre-emption delays: integrated analysis and evaluation

Commercial off-the-shelf programmable platforms for real-time systems typically contain a cache to bridge the gap between the processor speed and main memory speed. Because cache-related pre-emption delays (CRPD) can have a significant influence on the computation times of tasks, CRPD have been integrated in the response time analysis for fixed-priority pre-emptive scheduling...

On the effectiveness of cache partitioning in hard real-time systems

–1258 Sebastian Altmeyer is an NWO Veni laureate at the University of Amsterdam and a post-doctoral researcher at University of Luxembourg. He has received his PhD in Computer Science in 2012 from