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Additional developments in embedded computer performance measurement

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Reports on the results of Phase II of the Advanced Avionics Technology Demonstration (AATD) Embedded Computer Performance Measurement (ECPM) Program performed by Texas Instruments (TI) for the Naval Avionics Center (NAC). During the first phase of the AATD program, which began in June 1990, a novel method was developed for measuring spare processor and I/O (input/output) throughput reserves. These measurements are typical of those required by Navy standards such as the Tactical Digital Standard (TADSTAND-D). The Phase I work was based on a 16-b MIL-STD-1750A processor embedded in the TI Mission Display Processor (MDP) developed for the DEM/VAL phase of the YF-22 prototype. During Phase II additional experiments were conducted using the MDP to host the MIPS R3000 reduced-instruction-set computer and TI TMS320C30 signal processor. The authors report on the results of those experiments and summarize important lessons learned during the AATD program

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Aerospace and Electronics Conference, 1992. NAECON 1992., Proceedings of the IEEE 1992 National

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18-22 May 1992