IMPLEMENTING A REAL-TIME AVIONIC APPLICATION ON A MANY-CORE PROCESSOR

Abstract : A recent microprocessor architecture breakthrough provides a many-core processor that offers timing guarantees. It gives us an opportunity to study its applicability to avionics systems. We select an avionics function that requires both high processing power and some response time guarantees. The Helicopters Health Monitoring System (HMS) performs signal processing on vibration data, to raise some alerts for the operating crew. The computation requires a high processing bandwidth and the alerting requires a bounded response time. These characteristics makes the HMS a good candidate for an experiment in implementing avionics functions on a many-core processor.
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Moustapha Lo, Nicolas Valot, Florence Maraninchi, Pascal Raymond. IMPLEMENTING A REAL-TIME AVIONIC APPLICATION ON A MANY-CORE PROCESSOR. 42nd European Rotorcraft Forum (ERF), Sep 2016, Lille, France. ⟨hal-01718139⟩

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