ConstRaint and Application driven Framework for Tailoring Embedded Real-time Systems

Czech title:Schéma pro vytváření vestavěných systémů pracujících v reálném čase v závislosti na možnostech a omezeních aplikace
Research leader:Zemčík Pavel
Team leaders:Smrž Pavel
Team members:Chrápek David, Juránek Roman, Kajan Rudolf, Klicnar Lukáš, Musil Martin, Musil Petr, Svoboda Pavel
Agency:Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports Czech Republic
Code:7H12006, 295371 - CRAFTERS
Keywords:QoS, real-time, reliability, security, resource management, RTOS, middleware, run-time environment, multiprocessor, many-core, MPSoC, platform, system-on-chip, network-on-chip, SoC, NoC, IPXACT
ICT-based service and product innovation is curtailed by the growing vertical chain of dependence on poorly interoperable proprietary technologies in Europe. This issue was identified to have high impact on European innovation productivity by the Report of the Independent Expert Group on R&D and Innovation, commonly known as the Aho-report. The report demanded incentives for the convergence of shared technologies and markets as a remedy. Actions creating standardized, commercially exploitable yet widely accessible ecosystems in European priority areas should be publicly supported. Real-time applications for heterogeneous, networked, embedded many-core systems suffer from the lack of trusted pathways to system realization and application deployment. Service and product development efforts are high with many uncertainties discouraging such ventures. This project brings to bear a holistically designed ecosystem from application to silicon. The ecosystem is realized as a tightly integrated multi-vendor solution and tool chain complementing existing standards. Feature-limited releases of reference tools and platforms are made available under favourable licensing conditions to support the evaluation and adoption of the results. Full-fledged versions are retained for commercial exploitation and standardization of the overall ecosystem is pursued. As direct effects of the project results 30% reduction of the total cost of ownership, 50% shorter time-to-market, and 30% decrease of the number of development assets are expected. Marketable lead applications driving ecosystem development and benchmarking on the fields of industrial & intelligent transport systems, video & image processing, and wireless communications are produced. Key challenges include guaranteeing secure, reliable, and timely operation, back-annotation based forward system governance, Tool-tool, tool-middleware, and middleware-hardware exchange interfaces, and energy management with minimal run-time overhead.


2014LBP Detector Toolbox, software, 2014
Authors: Juránek Roman, Zemčík Pavel
2013Random Forest Toolbox, software, 2013
Authors: Juránek Roman, Zemčík Pavel
2012Image detection using AdaBoost in VHDL, software, 2012
Authors: Musil Petr, Musil Martin, Zemčík Pavel, Juránek Roman


2015CHRÁPEK David, BERAN Vítězslav and ZEMČÍK Pavel. Depth-Based Filtration for Tracking Boost. In: Springer International Publishing. Catania: Springer International Publishing, 2015, pp. 217-228. ISBN 978-3-319-25903-1.
2014ŘEZNÍČEK Ivo and ZEMČÍK Pavel. Human action recognition for real-time applications. In: Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Pattern Recognition Applications and Methods. Angers, 2014, pp. 646-653. ISBN 978-989-758-018-5.
2013KLICNAR Lukáš, BERAN Vítězslav and ZEMČÍK Pavel. Dissimilarity Detection of Two Video Sequences. In: Proceedings of SCCG 2013. Smolenice: Comenius University in Bratislava, 2013, pp. 28-31. ISBN 978-80-223-3377-1. ISSN 1335-5694.
 ŘEZNÍČEK Ivo and ZEMČÍK Pavel. Action recognition using combined local features. In: Proceedings of the IADIS Computer graphics, Visulisation, Coputer Vision and Image Processing 2013. Praha: IADIS, 2013, pp. 111-118. ISBN 978-972-8939-89-2.
 ZEMČÍK Pavel, JURÁNEK Roman, MUSIL Martin, MUSIL Petr and HRADIŠ Michal. High Performance Architecture for Object Detection in Streamed Videos. In: Proceedings of FPL 2013. Porto: IEEE Circuits and Systems Society, 2013, pp. 1-4. ISBN 978-1-4799-0004-6.

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