Invasive Run-Time Support System (iRTSS)

Bauer L, Henkel J, Hönig T, Schröder-Preikschat W, Eichler C, Gonzalez J, Herzog B, Langer T, Maier S, Rabenstein J, Raffeck P, Schmaus F (2022)

Publication Type: Book chapter / Article in edited volumes

Publication year: 2022

Publisher: FAU University Press

Edited Volumes: Invasive Computing

City/Town: Erlangen

Pages Range: 291-315

ISBN: 978-3-96147-571-1


DOI: 10.25593/978-3-96147-571-1

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Invasive programs, as well as hardware designed specifically to run them, need an operating system that does not make applications pay for resources, functions or features that are not needed in operation. With this in mind, we provide in the following methods, principles and abstractions for the application-aware extension, configuration and adaptation of invasive computing systems. These are technically integrated into an invasive run-time support system (iRTSS), a highly scalable heterogeneous operating system that comes in various forms and ports (LEON, x86-64, AMD64, ARM64) depending on the use case. The system addresses special-purpose MPSoC-based as well as general-purpose multicore/manycore machines.

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Bauer, L., Henkel, J., Hönig, T., Schröder-Preikschat, W., Eichler, C., Gonzalez, J.,... Schmaus, F. (2022). Invasive Run-Time Support System (iRTSS). In Jürgen Teich, Jörg Henkel, Andreas Herkersdorf (Eds.), Invasive Computing. (pp. 291-315). Erlangen: FAU University Press.


Bauer, Lars, et al. "Invasive Run-Time Support System (iRTSS)." Invasive Computing. Ed. Jürgen Teich, Jörg Henkel, Andreas Herkersdorf, Erlangen: FAU University Press, 2022. 291-315.

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