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Chip-Multiprocessor Hardware Locks for Safety-Critical Java

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  • <P>Accessing Shared Resources In Multicore Systems Is Usually Protected By A Software Locking Mechan
  • Which Itself Is Implemented Through Atomic Operations
  • This Can Result In A Large Synchronization Overhead
  • Which
  • In The Context Of Real-Time Systems
  • Increases The Worst-Case Execution Time And May Void A Task Set'S Schedulability
  • In This Paper We Present A Hardware Locking Mechanism To Reduce The Synchronization Overhead
  • The Solution Is Implemented For The Chip-Multiprocessor Version Of The Java Optimized Processor In T
  • The Implementation Is Compared To A Software Solution
  • The Performance And The Hardware Cost Are Evaluated
  • </P>

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Chip-Multiprocessor Hardware Locks for Safety-Critical Java - DTU Orbit (16/05/14) Chip-Multiprocessor Hardware Locks for Safety-Critical Java - DTU Orbit (16/05/14) Strøm, TB, Puffitsch, W & Schoeberl, M 2013, 'Chip-Multiprocessor Hardware Locks for Safety-Critical Java'. in Proceedings of the 11th International Workshop on Java Technologies for Real-time and Embedded Systems. Association for Computing Machinery, pp. 38-46., 10.1145/2512989.2512995

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