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CERES research projects

Project:

 

REHiD: Real-time Scheduling for High-performance DSP Applications using Manycore platform

Duration: 2009-2010
Contact: Hoai Hoang Bengtsson
Senior researchers: Hoai Hoang Bengtsson
Partner: Combitech ABexternal link, opens in new window
ABSTRACT:

The project aim is to strengthen the cooperation between Swedish Industry and academia, where CombitechAB (a consultant company within SAAB group) and CERES (Centre for Research on Embedded Systems) are represented respectively. Project´s strategy is to investigate important applications that are strongly relevant to Swedish industry includes radar signal processing and wireless radio baseband signal processing systems.  Such applications belong to the high-performance application domain, where the computing system is required to be highly parallel and able to dynamically and quickly adapt to the demands from the surrounding environment.

The goal of the project is to obtain system predictability for multicore processors using suitable real-time scheduling analysis. The expected result of this project is a real-time analysis tool, in the form of theoretical models and a simulator useful for both industry and academic research. The applicant will be present in both working environments, where she can transfer knowledge in her field of research to industry and bring practical experiences and relevant industrial problems into academic research at the university. Examples of outcome beneficial for both partners are publication of scientific papers together with Ph.D students and researchers at CERES as well as pre-studies in the form of master thesis work. In the long term, the project has potential to be continued and extended by recruiting an industrial PhD student.

The project is funded by the foundation KK-stiftelsenexternal link, opens in new window through the Gränsgångareexternal link, opens in new window (in Swedish) programme.

Updated 2009-06-25