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Multi-thread graph: a system model for real-time embedded software synthesis

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Software synthesis is a new approach which focuses on the support of real-time embedded multi-tasking software without the use of operating systems. A software synthesis system starts from a concurrent process system specification and maps this description automatically onto one or more processors. In this paper the internal system-level model which captures the embedded software and which is the backbone of our software synthesis methodology, is presented. The model captures the fine-grain behaviour of a system, and supports multiple threads of control (concurrency), synchronisation, data communication, hierarchy and timing constraints

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European Design and Test Conference, 1997. ED&TC 97. Proceedings

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17-20 Mar 1997