RTMemController is an open-source tool for evaluating the worst-case and average-case execution time of memory transactions, which are executed by dynamically scheduling memory commands to DDR3 SDRAMs. This tool is based on the dynamic command scheduling algorithm proposed in [1]. It uses the mathematical formalization of the algorithm, which has been shown to produce cycle-accurate timing behavior to a memory controller implementation in SystemC. The following sections introduce how this tool is developed and how to use it to achieve worst-case and average-case execution time results.

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  1. Li, Yonghui; Akesson, Benny; Goossens, Kees: Architecture and analysis of a dynamically-scheduled real-time memory controller (2016)