- Embedded Databases for Embedded Real-Time Systems
- Project no: 0005-23
- Jörgen Hansson1, Christer Norström2
- 1 Linköping University, Department of Computer and Information Science, Real-Time Systems Lab (RTSLAB), 2Mälardalen University, Computer Engineering Department, MRTC
- Application, support letter 1 from Datex-Ohmeda, support letter 2 from Sysdeco Mimer AB and support letter 3 from Volvo Construction Equipment Components AB
- Comments by evaluators.
- Support: 2 PhD students for 2 years decided 00-06-16.
- Start: 2000-11-01 with Dag Nyström as PhD student in Västerås and Aleksandra Tesanovic as PhD student in Linköping.
- Reports: First-year-report jan 2002, Second-year-report, april 2003
- Project web page: http://www.ida.liu.se/labs/rtslab/projects/ARTES_EmbeddedDatabases/welcome.html
- Mårten Larsson email@example.com
- Datex-Ohmeda AB
- Project 1: TATOO
Test And Testability Of
Distributed Real-time Systems
- Project 2: RATAD,
Reliability And Timing Analysis of Distributed systems
- Bengt Gunne, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Sysdeco Mimer AB
- Project 1: Embedded Databases for Embedded Real-Time Systems
- Nils-Erik Bånkestad Nils-Erik.Bankestad@volvo.com
- Volvo Construction Equipments Components AB
- Dept. TUE
- Project 1: Incremental Iterative Static Scheduling
- Project 2: TATOO-Test and testability of distributed real-time systems
- Project 3: Embedded Databases for Embedded Real-Time Systems
The need for embedding database functionality into applications is increasing.
This is partcilarly true for embedded systems, e.g. Internet appliances, control
systems, smart cards and mobile computers. The goal of this research is to bridge
the gap between embedded systems, real-time systems and database systems, with a
particular focus on the software development tools. Significant amount of research
has focused on how to incorporate database functionality into real-time systems
without jeopardizing timeliness and how to incorporate real-time behavior into
embedded systems . However, research for embedded databases used in embedded
real-time systems, that explicitly address (i) the development and design process,
and (ii) the limited amount of resources in embedded systems is sparse. This type
of research inherits the challenges from component-based software engineering,
embedded systems and real-time systems. Further, this research explicitly
addresses system resource demand for the system in the design of the embedded
database in order to minimize system resource usage. In this context, we want to
provide an embedded database system that is tailored such that it provides
applications with necessary functionality, but requires a minimum of memory
footprint, and is highly integrated with the embedded runtime system.
Nyström, D., COMET: A Component-Based Real-Time Database for Vehicle Control-Systems. Licenciate thesis, Mälardalen University May 12, 2003.
Aleksandra Tesanovic. Towards Aspectual Component-Based Real-Time System Development
Linköping Studies in Science and Technology, Thesis No. 1024, Licentiatavhandling, ISBN 91-7373-681-3, ISSN 0280-7971, 2003.
A. Zagorac, D. Nyström, J.Hansson, and C. Nyström, Software Development Tools for Embedded Databases in Embedded Real-Time Systems, Real-Time in Sweden 2001 (RTiS'01), August 21-22, 2001, Halmstad, Sweden. PDF