Caio Batista de Melo

Caio Batista de Melo
University of California, Irvine | UCI · Department of Computer Science

Master of Science

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In this chapter, we explore adaptive resource management techniques for cyber-physical systems-on-chip that employ principles of computational self-awareness to varying degrees, specifically reflection. By supporting various self-X properties, systems gain the ability to reason about runtime configuration decisions by considering the significance o...
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In order to provide performance increases despite the end of Moore's law and Dennard scaling, architectures aggressively exploit data-and thread-level parallelism using billions of transistors on a single chip, enabled by extreme geometry miniaturization. A resulting challenge is the control, optimization, and reliable operation of such complex mul...
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In this chapter, we explore adaptive resource management techniques for cyber-physical systems-on-chip that employ principles of computational self-awareness to varying degrees, specifically reflection. By supporting various self-X properties, systems gain the ability to reason about runtime configuration decisions by considering the significance o...
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The number and complexity of embedded system platforms used in mixed-criticality applications are rapidly growing. They run large and evolving applications on heterogeneous multi-or many-core processing platforms requiring dependable operation and long lifetime. Examples include automated and autonomous driving, smart buildings, industry 4.0, and p...
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Concurrent systems face a threat to their reliability in emergent behaviors, which are not included in the specification but can happen during runtime. When concurrent systems are modeled in a scenario-based manner, it is possible to detect emergent behaviors as implied scenarios (ISs) which, analogously, are unexpected scenarios that can happen du...
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The Information Processing Factory (IPF) project has recently introduced the abstraction of complex architectures as self-aware information processing factories. These factories consist of a set of highly configurable resources, e.g., processing elements and interconnects, whose use is monitored, planned, and configured during runtime. Managing a f...

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