Cheddar is a free real time scheduling tool. Cheddar is designed for checking task temporal constraints of a real time application/system. Systems to analyze can be described with AADL or with the Cheddar architecture design language. It can help you for quick prototyping of real time schedulers. It can also be used for educational purpose. Cheddar is developed and maintened by a team composed of the LISyC laboratory/Université de Bretagne Occidentale and Ellidiss Technologies.
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- Bouaziz, Rahma; Lemarchand, Laurent; Singhoff, Frank; Zalila, Bechir; Jmaiel, Mohamed: Multi-objective design exploration approach for Ravenscar real-time systems (2018)
- Wang, Xi; Li, Zhiwu; Wonham, W. M.: Priority-free conditionally-preemptive scheduling of modular sporadic real-time systems (2018)
- Blouin, Dominique; Chillet, Daniel; Senn, Eric; Bilavarn, Sébastien; Bonamy, Robin; Samoyeau, Christian: AADL extension to model classical FPGA and FPGA embedded within a soc (2011) ioport
- Pagetti, Claire; Forget, Julien; Boniol, Frédéric; Cordovilla, Mikel; Lesens, David: Multi-task implementation of multi-periodic synchronous programs (2011)
- Singhoff, Frank; Plantec, Alain; Dissaux, Pierre; Legrand, Jér^ome: Investigating the usability of real-time scheduling theory with the Cheddar project (2009)
- Gilles, Olivier; Hugues, Jér^ome: Applying WCET analysis at architectural level (2008) ioport