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Automated conflict-free distributed implementation of component-based models

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5 Author(s)
Bonakdarpour, B. ; Centre Equation, VERIMAG, Gières, France ; Bozga, M. ; Jaber, M. ; Quilbeuf, J.
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We propose a method for generating distributed implementations from high-level models expressed in terms of a set of components glued by rendezvous interactions. The method is a 2-phase transformation preserving all functional properties. The first phase is a source-to-source transformation from global state to a partial state model (to relax atomicity). This transformation replaces multi-party rendezvous interactions by send/receive primitives managed by a set of automatically generated distributed schedulers. These schedulers are conflict-free by construction in the sense that they do not require communication in order to safely execute interactions of the highlevel model. In the second phase, from the transformed model in phase one, we generate C++ distributed code using either TCP sockets or MPI to implement send/receive primitives. Our method is fully implemented in a tool for automatic generation of distributed applications. We present experimental results using different case studies.

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Industrial Embedded Systems (SIES), 2010 International Symposium on

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7-9 July 2010