The amazing proliferation of communication technologies for embedded systems opens the way for completely new applications but forces designers to adopt new methodologies to meet time-to-market constraints. Computer-aided design has been traditionally applied to computers and embedded systems in isolation without considering them as a global inter-connected system. The paper contributes to fill this gap by proposing 1) a communication-aware design flow for network-interconnected embedded systems and 2) a formal framework to efficiently synthesize their network aspects by formulating and solving an optimization problem. Presented case studies show the potentiality of the proposed approach to address heterogeneous scenarios, e.g., related to smart spaces up to the ever-more-mentioned Internet-of-Things.
|Titolo:||Network Synthesis for Distributed Embedded Systems|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2018|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||01.01 Articolo in Rivista|