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WEMUCS is a German acronym that stands for "methods and tools for the iterative development and optimization of software for embedded multi-core systems". It is a project supported by the research and development programme "Information and Communication Technique Bavaria". Project partners are the companies Gliwa, Infineon, Lantiq, Lauterbach, sepp.med, Siemens, Timing-Architects, and TWT. Associated businesses are Continental, BMW and Audi. Furthermore the following research facilities participate in handling the four work packages: Fraunhofer ESK, Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen (Chair of Programming Systems) and the University of Augsburg (Chair for Software Engineering and Programming Languages).

More about WEMUCS on the German website Multicore Tools...



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ALL-TIMES

ALL-TIMES was a medium-scale focused-research project within the European Commission's 7th Framework Programme on Research, Technological Development and Demonstration. The project was carried out Dec. 1st, 2007 - May 31st, 2010 by a consortium of universities and SMEs: Mälardalen University, Vienna University of Technologie, AbsInt, Gliwa, Symtavision and Rapita Systems.
The project focused on developing methodologies, tools and interfaces for timing analysis and had a strong emphasis on proving the results in real automotive use-cases.

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