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    • Combining PREM Compilation and Static Scheduling for High-Performance and Predictable MPSoC Execution 

      Author: Matějka J.; Forsberg B.; Sojka M.; Šůcha P.; Benini L.; Marongiu A.; Hanzálek Z.
      (Elsevier, 2019)
      Many applications require both high performance and predictable timing. High-performance can be provided by COTS Multi-Core System on Chips (MPSoC), however, as cores in these systems share main memory, they are susceptible ...
    • Comparison of Control Approaches for Autonomous Race Car Model 

      Author: Klapálek J.; Sojka M.; Hanzálek Z.
      (FISITA - International Federation of Automotive Engineering Societies, 2021)
      Autonomous driving is an interesting but challenging field. To make it accessible to college students, several universities worldwide joined to create an F1/10 Autonomous Racing Competition, where students compete in a ...
    • Experiments for Predictable Execution of GPU Kernels 

      Author: Kreiliger F.; Matějka J.; Sojka M.; Hanzálek Z.
      (TU Dresden, 2019)
      Multi-Processor Systems-on-Chip (MPSoC) platforms will definitely power various future autonomous machines. Due to the high complexity of such platforms, it is difficult to achieve timing predictability, reliability and ...
    • FlexRay Static Segment Scheduling on Two Independent Channels with Gateway 

      Author: Dvořák J.; Hanzálek Z.
      (IEEE, 2015)
      The FlexRay bus is a modern standard used in the automotive industry. It offers deterministic message transmission in the static segment following a time-triggered schedule. The scheduling problem for case of use two ...
    • Makespan minimization of Time-Triggered traffic on a TTEthernet network 

      Author: Dvořák J.; Heller M.; Hanzálek Z.
      (IEEE, 2017)
      The reliability of the increasing number of modern applications and systems strongly depends on interconnecting technology. Complex systems which usually need to exchange, among other things, multimedia data together with ...
    • Multi-Variant Scheduling of Critical Time-Triggered Communication in Incremental Development Process: Application to FlexRay 

      Author: Dvořák J.; Hanzálek Z.
      (IEEE Vehicular Technology Society, 2019)
      The portfolio of models offered by car manufacturing groups often includes many variants (i.e., different car models and their versions). With such diversity in car models, variant management becomes a formidable task. ...
    • Multi-Variant Time Constrained FlexRay Static Segment Scheduling 

      Author: Dvořák J.; Hanzálek Z.
      (IEEE, 2014)
      The FlexRay bus is a modern standard used in the automotive industry. It offers deterministic message transmission with zero jitter while using time-triggered scheduling in the static segment. When several vehicle variants ...
    • Survey on Periodic Scheduling for Time-Triggered Hard Real-Time Systems 

      Author: Minaeva A.; Hanzálek Z.
      (ACM, 2021)
      This survey covers the basic principles and related works addressing the time-triggered scheduling of periodic tasks with deadlines. The wide range of applications and the increasing complexity of modern real-time systems ...
    • Testbed for thermal and performance analysis in MPSoC systems 

      Author: Sojka M.; Benedikt O.; Hanzálek Z.; Zaykov P.
      (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc., 2020)
      Many modern computing platforms in the safety-critical domains are based on heterogeneous Multiprocessor System-on-Chip (MPSoC). Such computing platforms are expected to guarantee high-performance within a strict thermal ...
    • Using Two Independent Channels with Gateway for FlexRay Static Segment Scheduling 

      Author: Dvořák J.; Hanzálek Z.
      (IEEE Industrial Electronics Society, 2016)
      The FlexRay bus is a communication standard used in the automotive industry. It offers a deterministic message transmission in the static segment following a time-triggered schedule. Even if its bandwidth is ten times ...
    • Work-in-Progress: Determining MPSoC Layout from Thermal Camera Images 

      Author: Sojka M.; Benedikt O.; Hanzálek Z.
      (Association for Computing Machinery, 2021)
      In many safety-critical applications, Multi-Processor Systems-on- Chip (MPSoC) must operate within a given thermal envelope under harsh environmental conditions. Meeting the thermal requirements often requires using advanced ...