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G. Ara, T. Cucinotta, A. Mascitti. "Simulating Execution Time and Power Consumption of Real-Time Tasks on Embedded Platforms," in Proceedings of the 37th ACM/SIGAPP International Symposium on Applied Compputing (ACM SAC 2022), April 25-29, 2022, Brno, Czech Republic (on-line event due to Covid-19).

Abstract

In this paper, we present PARTSim, an open-source power/thermal-aware simulator for embedded real-time systems. This tool is a fork of the well-known RTSim simulator, which can simulate the timing behavior of a set of real-time tasks with various characteristics when running on a multi-processor platform in presence of a number of real-time scheduling policies. PARTSim extends the functionality of RTSim by introducing support for power-aware embedded platforms exhibiting frequency scaling and specific architectural patterns like the ARM big.LITTLE and DynamIQ ones.

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