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Deriving hard real-time embedded systems implementations directly from SDL specifications

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Object-oriented methodologies together with formal description techniques (FDT) are a promising way to deal with the increasing complexity of hard real-time embedded systems. However, FDTs do not take into account nonfunctional aspects as real-time constraints. Based on a new real-time execution model for FDT SDL proposed in previous works, a way to derive implementations of hard real-time embedded systems directly from SDL specifications is presented. In order to get it we propose a middleware that supports this model to organize the execution of the tasks generated from SDL system specification. Additionally, a worst case real-time analysis, including the middleware overhead, is presented. Finally, an example to generate the implementation from the SDL specification and a performance study is developed

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Hardware/Software Codesign, 2001. CODES 2001. Proceedings of the Ninth International Symposium on

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2001