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DPAC seminar - Jakob Danielsson



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2018-03-27 13:00

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Titel: Isolation techniques for mutli-core computers

Abstract: Multi-core systems have made it very difficult to certify new computers according to the ARINC-653 standard. The ARINC-653 standard specifically clarifies that there can be no sorts of data contention at any point in time. Since modern computers often use a shared resource approach to implement hardware, different techniques can be applied to isolate hardware resources according to the ARINC-653 standard. The most critical shared resources of a multi-core system are identified as the memory (Shared DRAM, shared Cache), shared I/O and shared CPU time. This presentation will discuss software-based approaches to partition resources for exclusive rights on CPU's.