Four key reports are generated during multicore timing analysis to demonstrate that multicore interference effects have been understood and characterized:
- Platform Analysis Report – these reports identify the critical configuration settings that can affect hosted software on a specific multicore platform and identify and describe the interference channels present on that platform.
- Platform Characterization Report – these reports describe and document tests and results of tests used to stress interference channels on a specific multicore platform to quantify the potential impact of interference from each interference channel on that platform.
- Software Analysis Report – these reports list requirements on software timing behavior, which are generated by reviewing and analyzing existing requirements and software architecture.
- Software Characterization Report – these reports describe and document tests and results of tests that quantify the worst-case execution time of software hosted on a specific multicore platform.
We provide Generic Platform Analysis Reports for a range of multicore platforms, and provide template Platform Characterization, Software Analysis and Software Characterization Reports. These Generic and Template Reports can be completed as part of our Platform Analysis and Characterization Service (for Platform reports) and Software Analysis and Characterization Service (for Software reports).
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