Reaction Time Analysis of Event-Triggered Processing Chains with Data Refreshing
DescriptionA processing chain is composed of a sequence of tasks to complete a system functionality. Reaction time of a chain describes how long it takes to respond to an external stimulus, and thus analyzing and optimizing reaction time is critical for guaranteeing timing constraints in safety-critical domains are always satisfied. Reaction time depends on task trigger patterns and data management mechanisms, and inappropriate design on these two aspects may generate large reaction time. This paper considers chains composed of event-triggered tasks with data refreshing, and proposes methods to analyze and optimize reaction time. Experiments are conducted to evaluate our results.
Event Type
Research Manuscript
TimeWednesday, July 12th4:40pm - 4:55pm PDT
Location3008, 3rd Floor
Embedded Systems
Time-Critical System Design