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Parameterized partial orders for modeling embedded system use cases: Formal definition and translation to coloured petri nets
N Trcka, M Voorhoeve ,Eleventh International Conference , 2011 ,es.ele.tue.nl
Abstract—Model-driven Design-Space Exploration (DSE) for embedded systems has proven
to speed up system design and improve quality. Parameterized Partial Orders (PPOs) are a
simple yet powerful conservative extension of classical partial orders. They serve as an 

Measuring treck tcp/ip performance using the xps locallink temac in an embedded processor system
D Gibbs ,2008 ,japan.xilinx.com
References 1. XAPP1041 Reference System: XPS LL Tri-Mode Ethernet MAC Embedded
Systems for MicroBlaze and PowerPC 405 2. UG111 Embedded System Tool Guide Revision
History The following table shows the revision history for this document. 

Embedded System Environment: Overview
K Kim ,2012 ,cecs.uci.edu
Abstract This report describes ESE (Embedded System Environment), a tool set for
modeling, synthesis and validation of MPSoC design. It is an answer to the modern design
challenge, widening productivity gap. In the ESE design flow, the final implementation is 

A Research in Real Time Scheduling Policy for Embedded System Domain
MVP Rao ,CLEI Electron. J, 2009 ,clei.cl
Abstract Scheduling a sequence of jobs released over time when the processing time of a
job is only known at its completion is a classical problem in CPU scheduling in time sharing
and real time

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Computer systems are rapidly changing. Over the next few years, we will see wide-scale deployment of dynamically-scheduled processors that can issue multiple instructions every clock cycle, execute instructions out of order, and overlap computation and cache misses

s. Previous approaches to scheduling computer systems 

A telepresence robot system realized by embedded object concept
Atomi-objects. The robot is currently incomplete, but most of it has been successfully
tested. Keywords: Atomi-objects, Embedded Object Concept, object-oriented,
embedded system, Telepresence robot 1. INTRODUCTION 

UML-based Specifications of an Embedded System oriented to HW/SW partitioning: a case study
F Balzarini, AN Kostadinov, M Prevostini ,Proceedings of Forum , 2003 ,i-tecs.fr
Abstract The Unified Modelling Language (UML) is a language for specifying, visualizing,
constructing, and documenting the artefacts of software systems, as well as for modelling
business and other non-software systems. The UML represents a collection of best 

Analysis of Various Algorithms for Low Power Consumption in Embedded System using Different Architecture
M Kaur ,International journal of Electronics Engineering, 2010 ,csjournals.com
Abstract: Concurrent processors allow multiple processes to be executed simultaneously in
other words, a concurrent program consists of several sequential programs to be executed
in parallel. Concurrent processing is a computing model in which multiple processors 

Security Protection and Checking for Embedded System Integration against Buffer Overflow Attacks via Hardware/Software
Q Zhuge ,IEEE Transactions on Computers, 2006 ,comp.polyu.edu.hk
Abstract—With more embedded systems networked, it becomes an important problem to
effectively defend embedded systems against buffer overflow attacks. Due to the increasing
complexity and strict requirements, off-the-shelf software components are widely used in 

Stereoscopic 3D reconstruction using motorized zoom lenses within an embedded system
P Liu, A Willis ,Proceedings of Image Processing: , 2009 ,visionlab.uncc.edu
ABSTRACT This paper describes a novel embedded system capable of estimating 3D
positions of surfaces viewed by a stereoscopic rig consisting of a pair of calibrated cameras.
Novel theoretical and technical aspects of the system are tied to two aspects of the design 

A System Family of Integrated, Distributed Embedded System Products and its Architecture
U Cederling ,Proceedings of the International Workshop on ,devisa-hb.se
1 Background CelsiusTech Systems AB (CTS) has for several decades been active in the
field of ship-borne and land-based command, control and communication (C3) systems, fire
control systems and electronic warfare systems for navy, air force and army applications.

Towards Traffic Sign Recognition on an Embedded System
Proceedings of European Conference on the Use of , 2008 ,eavise.be
Abstract In this paper, we present a method for fast and robust object recognition, especially
developed for implementation on an embedded platform. As an example, the method is
applied to traffic sign recognition from a forward-looking camera in a car. To facilitate and 

An Overview of Application Scenario Usage in Streaming-Oriented Embedded System Design
SV Gheorghita, T Basten ,Eindhoven University of , 2006 ,alexandria.tue.nl
Abstract In the past years real-time embedded systems became more and more complex.
From the user perspective, these systems have stringent requirements regarding size,
performance and power consumption, and due to business competition, their time-to-

embedded file system design for A/V application
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Y Won, D Kim, J Park ,Multimedia Tools and Applications, 2008 ,Springer
Keywords Multimedia·A/V workload·File system· Disk scheduling·Embedded system 1 Introduction
1.1 Motivation  HERMES is designed for embedded system for A/V application. We tailor the file
system to provide more specific interfaces for real-time multimedia applications. 

Cost feasibility analysis for embedded system development and the impact of various methodologies on product development cycle
A Agarwal ,Florida Atlantic University, Tech. Rep, 2008 ,csi.fau.edu
Abstract The cost and the time-to-market for a product will increase exponentially if
innovations are not brought and deployed into the product development cycle (PDC). This is
due to the fact the system complexity is increasing exponentially with time. This increasing 

Distributed Modeling and Framework for Collaborative Embedded System Design
XF Zha ,Proceeding of, 2005 ,mel.nist.gov
ABSTRACT In this paper, we develop distributed design models and framework for
collaborative embedded system design. Based on the component-based approach, a
unified design-with-modules scheme is proposed to model the embedded system design 

Task-Level Dynamic Voltage Scaling for Embedded System Design: Recent Theoretical Results
T Kim ,Journal of Computing Science and Engineering, 2010 ,jcse.kiise.org
It is generally accepted that dynamic voltage scaling (DVS) is one of the most effective
techniques of energy minimization for real-time applications in embedded system design.
The effectiveness comes from the fact that the amount of energy consumption is 

Embedded system design using formal model refinement: An approach based on the combined use of UML and the B language
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CF Snook, S Hallerstede ,Design Automation for , 2004 ,Springer
The approach proposed in this paper introduces a hardware/software co-design framework
for developing complex embedded systems. The method relies on formal proof of system
properties at every phase of the co-design cycle. The key concept is the combined use of 

Efcotool-a tool to efficiently combine and reuse components in embedded system design
J Nylund ,2008 ,research.it.abo.fi
Abstract Mastering the design of modern embedded systems has become a very
challenging task. The design of modern embedded systems is increasingly becoming a
design concentrating on the software part of the design process, instead of being a design