Team Cairn

Overall Objectives
Scientific Foundations
Application Domains
New Results
Contracts and Grants with Industry
Other Grants and Activities

Section: Contracts and Grants with Industry

OverSoc (2005-2009)

Participants : Daniel Chillet, Sébastien Pillement.

The main goal of the ANR OverSoc project is to develop a global exploration and evaluation methodology to design and validate a Reconfigurable SoC (RSoc) platform managed by an embedded RTOS. Also, the OveRSoC project aims at providing SoC designers with a framework for choosing the right RTOS services architecture according to a particular RSoC platform. The main result of this project is the DOGME tool which includes all the partner developments and supports the OverSoC methodology. This tool proposes a library of operating system services that can be easily completed to support specific OS functionality. The tool supports the SystemC generation of the platform and guides the designer through different design choices (architecture, operating system, application characteristics). Several examples of platform explorations have been issued to illustrate the tool and methodology capabilities. OverSoc involves Etis (Cergy) and LIP6 (Paris).


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