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Understanding the Memory Consumption of the MiBench Embedded Benchmark

Abstract : Complex embedded systems today commonly involve a mix of real-time and best-effort applications. The recent emergence of small low-cost commodity multi-core processors raises the possibility of running both kinds of applications on a single machine, with virtualization ensuring that the best-effort applications cannot steal CPU cycles from the real-time applications. Nevertheless, memory contention can introduce other sources of delay, that can lead to missed deadlines. In this paper, we analyze the sources of memory consumption for the real-time applications found in the MiBench embedded benchmark suite.
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Antoine Blin, Cédric Courtaud, Julien Sopena, Julia Lawall, Gilles Muller. Understanding the Memory Consumption of the MiBench Embedded Benchmark. Netys, May 2016, Marakech, Morocco. ⟨hal-01349421⟩



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