|Reconciling the Tension Between Hardware Isolation and Data Sharing in Mixed-Criticality, Multicore Systems
Recent work involving a mixed-criticality framework called MC2 has shown that, by combining hardware-management techniques and criticality-aware task provisioning, capacity loss can be significantly reduced when supporting real-time workloads on multicore platforms. However, as in most other prior research on multicore hardware management, tasks were assumed in that work to not share data. Data sharing is problematic in the context of hardware management because it can violate the isolation properties hardware-management techniques seek to ensure.
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IEEE Real-Time Systems Symposium
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