Autonomic Management of Missions and Reconfigurations in FPGA-based Embedded System

Soguy Mak-Karé Gueye 1, 2 Eric Rutten 1, 2 Jean-Philippe Diguet 3
2 CTRL-A - Control techniques for Autonomic, adaptive and Reconfigurable Computing systems
Inria Grenoble - Rhône-Alpes, LIG - Laboratoire d'Informatique de Grenoble
3 Lab-STICC_UBS_CACS_MOCS
Lab-STICC - Laboratoire des sciences et techniques de l'information, de la communication et de la connaissance
Abstract : Implementing self-adaptive embedded systems, such as UV, involves an offline provisioning of the several implementations of the embedded functionalities with different characteristics in resource usage and performance in order for the system to dynamically adapt itself under uncertainties. FPGA-based architectures offer for support for high flexibility with dynamic reconfiguration features. We propose an autonomic control architecture for self-adaptive and self-reconfigurable FPGA-based embedded systems. The control architecture is structured in three layers: a mission manager, a reconfiguration manager and a scheduling manager. In this paper we focus on the design of the reconfiguration manager. We propose a design approach using automata-based discrete control. It involves reactive programming that provides formal semantics, and discrete controller synthesis from declarative objectives.
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Soguy Mak-Karé Gueye, Eric Rutten, Jean-Philippe Diguet. Autonomic Management of Missions and Reconfigurations in FPGA-based Embedded System. The 2017 NASA/ESA Conference on Adaptive Hardware and Systems, Jul 2017, Pasadena, California, United States. pp.8. ⟨hal-01582518⟩

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