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Cross-layer modEl-based fRamework for multi-oBjective dEsign of Reconfigurable systems in unceRtain hybRid envirOnments

Deliverables

Dissemination and Communication report (Ver. 1)

The first version of the deliverable D7.3.

CERBERO Technical Requirements (Ver. 2)

The second version of deliverable D2.2.

Project quality handbook

This handbook constitutes a set of project templates, on the project management process, review process, quality checks, meetings organisation, etc communicated to all partners.

CERBERO Scenarios Description (Ver. 1)

The first version of deliverable D2.1.

Gap analysis and Development Roadmap

This document reports all the missing elements for CERBERO to arrive at a full marketable version. For each of these developments, a feasibility assessment and a tentative development plan are included and summarised in an overall CERBERO roadmap to market.

Dissemination and communication plan (Ver. 1)

The first version of deliverable D7.2.

CERBERO self-adaptation manager (Final version)

Integrated CERBERO self-adaptation support for heterogeneous systems. D4.2.a will report planned integration activities. In D4.2.b, a detailed technical report on the CERBERO multi-layer runtime adaptation approach will be provided, along with a demonstrator of the engine. The preliminary version will be submitted at month 15.

CERBERO Models of Computation (Final version)

Detailed preliminary and final reports on the CERBERO Models of Computation, underling most of the modelling semantics. The preliminary report will be submitted at month 15.

CERBERO Scenarios Description (Ver. 2)

The second version of deliverable D2.1.

CERBERO Modelling of KPI (Final version)

Preliminary and final reviews on the state of the art on modelling system’s key performance indicators (KPI) and on newly developed CERBERO techniques and methodologies for modelling CPSs properties and their indicators. Emphasis is put on specification of the models for the different use cases. CERBERO library of KPI is also produces. The preliminary report and software will be submitted at month 15.

CERBERO Modelling of KPI (Ver. 1)

The first version of deliverable D3.1.

CERBERO Scenarios Description (Final version)

Reports on the scenario definition and their requirements. The first release is provided right after the project start, then subsequent updates are planned to account from the possible R&D and validation feedback. The preliminary reports will be submitted at months 3, 13, and 19.

CERBERO Cross-layer modelling methodology for CPSs (Final version)

Preliminary and final reviews on the state of the art on modelling CPSs, explaining in detail the concept of cross-layer modelling and describing the CERBERO methodology to model CPS by using interdependent cross-layer models. The software produced within this deliverable and update correspond to fully explained models generated and analysed using the CERBERO cross-layer methodology. The preliminary review and software will be submitted at month 15.

CERBERO holistic methodology and integration interfaces (Final version)

Reports on integration activities with emphasis on interface among tools. The first release will define CERBERO methodology to be updated at the beginning of the Phase II according to the iterative development scheme of the project, according to possible technical requirements updates. Final reporting on integration activities and the complete framework characteristics and interfaces are delivered at M32. The preliminary versions will be released at months 6 and 21.

CERBERO Technical Requirements (Final version)

Reports on the technical requirements requirement elicited, as explained, from the scenario needs. First release planned, after the scenario definition at the beginning of the project, to be updated accordingly. The preliminary reports will be submitted at months 4, 14, and 20.

CERBERO Performance Report

This document summarises the achievable performances extracted from the different scenarios. Performance are compared to the initial requirements and, as well, benchmarked against legacy solutions.

CERBERO Technical Requirements (Ver. 1)

The first version of deliverable D2.2.

Demonstration Skeleton (Ver. 1)

The first version of deliverable D6.1.

CERBERO Models of Computation (Ver. 1)

The first version of deliverable D3.2.

Demonstration Skeleton (Final version)

Partial and final release of the demonstrators skeletons for prototyping activities along with the documents including recommendations and guidelines for the use case CERBERO skeletons. The partial version will be released at month 15.

Kick-off progress report

Reports on the management activity and status of the project in the first three months. It will report on the project kick-off meeting, detailing also on the status of the AB and its initial indications.

Dissemination and Communication report and plan (Final version)

Report on the dissemination and communication activities, respectively, during the first phase of the project (M18) and the last phase (M36). In the final report special emphases will be put on the definition of the final plan for the dissemination of foreground.

CERBERO Framework Components (Final version)

This deliverable and its update will contain a detailed technical report on the different components/features of the CERBERO design environment. Different chapters for multi-layer optimization, requirements analysis and rapid prototyping and continuous deployment are envisioned. Along with the reports also the different SW components are going to be delivered. All the SW providers, cooperating to the above listed tasks, are responsible of their own SW components. The preliminary report will be submitted at month 15.

CERBERO Framework Components (Ver. 1)

The first version of deliverable D5.2.

CERBERO Multi-Layer Runtime Adaptation Strategies (Final version)

This deliverable and its update will contain a detailed technical report on the different envisioned strategies to support adaptivity in CERBERO compliant systems. Different chapters for HW, SW and sensor-driven adaptation strategies/algorithms/components are envisioned. Along with the reports, also the HW monitors, SW agents and specific algorithms are going to be delivered. Please note that all the technical providers, cooperating to the above listed tasks, will be responsible of their own physical components. The preliminary report and software will be submitted at month 15.

CERBERO self-adaptation manager (Ver. 1)

The first version of deliverable D4.2.

Space Demonstrator (Final version)

Partial and final release of the demonstrators, along with a detailed description its features. It is used at M18 to provide a feedback to WP2. The final report describes the performance CERBERO allows achieving in the considered domain the degree of compliance with respect of the requirements. The partial release will be at month 18.

Ocean Monitoring Demonstrator (Ver. 1)

The first version of deliverable D6.3.

CERBERO Framework Demo (Ver. 1)

The first version of deliverable D5.3.

CERBERO Framework Demo (Final version)

Integrated CERBERO development framework. All the SW providers cooperate to this deliverable and its update. The description of the framework characteristics is included in D5.1. The initial version will be demonstrated at month 18.

Ocean Monitoring Demonstrator (Final version)

Partial and final release of the demonstrators, along with a detailed description its features. It is used at M18 to provide a feedback to WP2. The final report describes the performance CERBERO allows achieving in the considered domain the degree of compliance with respect of the requirements. The partial release will be at month 18.

Space Demonstrator (Ver. 1)

The first version of deliverable D6.2.

Smart Travelling Demonstrator (Ver. 1)

The first version of deliverable D6.4.

Smart Travelling Demonstrator (Final version)

Partial and final release of the demonstrators, along with a detailed description its features. It is used at M18 to provide a feedback to WP2. The final report describes the performance CERBERO allows achieving in the considered domain the degree of compliance with respect of the requirements. The partial version will be released at month 18.

Open Data Management Plan (Ver. 1)

The first version of deliverable D1.3

Open Data Management Plan (Final version)

CERBERO takes part in the Pilot on Open Research Data. This report provides the data management plan, provided at the beginning of the project and updated at each review period. The preliminary versions of this report will be submitted at months 6 and 18.

Open Data Management Plan (Ver. 2)

The second version of deliverable D1.3

CERBERO Final Workshop

Final workshop to present the project results.

Website

Website for dissemination and exchange of data outside and inside the consortium

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Publications

Adaptive software-augmented hardware reconfiguration with dataflow design automation

Author(s): Claudio Rubattu, Francesca Palumbo, Maxime Pelcat
Published in: 2017 International Conference on ReConFigurable Computing and FPGAs (ReConFig), Issue Annual Conference, 2017, Page(s) 1-4
DOI: 10.1109/RECONFIG.2017.8279772

Challenging CPS Trade-off Adaptivity with Coarse-Grained Reconfiguration

Author(s): Francesca Palumbo, Carlo Sau, Tiziana Fanni, Luigi Raffo
Published in: Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering book series (LNEE, volume 512), Issue Annual Conference, 2019, Page(s) 57-63
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-93082-4_8

Delays and States in Dataflow Models of Computation

Author(s): Florian Arrestier, Karol Desnos, Maxime Pelcat, Julien Heulot, Eduardo Juarez, Daniel Menard
Published in: International Conference on Embedded Computer Systems: Architectures, Modeling and SImulation, Proceedings of, 2018, Page(s) 8

Automatic instrumentation of dataflow applications using PAPI

Author(s): D. Madroñal, A. Morvan, R. Lazcano, R. Salvador, K. Desnos, E. Juárez, C. Sanz
Published in: Proceedings of the 15th ACM International Conference on Computing Frontiers - CF '18, 2018, Page(s) 232-235
DOI: 10.1145/3203217.3209886

More Adaptive Does not Imply Less Safe (with Formal Verification)

Author(s): Luca Pulina, Armando Tacchella
Published in: Hardware and Software: Verification and Testing, 13th International Haifa Verification Conference, Issue 1, 2017, Page(s) 237-240
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-70389-3_19

Consistency of Property Specification Patterns with Boolean and Constrained Numerical Signals

Author(s): Narizzano, Massimo; Pulina, Luca; Tacchella, Armando; Vuotto, Simone
Published in: NASA Formal Methods, 10th International Symposium, Issue 1, 2018
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-77935-5_26

Unified Hybrid Image Retrieval System with Continuous Relevance Feedback

Author(s): L. Kaliciak, H. Myrhaug, A. Goker
Published in: Proceedings of the 21st World Multi-Conference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics: WMSCI 2017, Volume I, Issue 8-11 July 2018, 2018, Page(s) pp. 275-280

Cross-layer design of reconfigurable cyber-physical systems

Author(s): M. Masin, F. Palumbo, H. Myrhaug, J. A. de Oliveira Filho, M. Pastena, M. Pelcat, L. Raffo, F. Regazzoni, A. A. Sanchez, A. Toffetti, E. de la Torre, K. Zedda
Published in: Design, Automation & Test in Europe Conference & Exhibition (DATE), 2017, Issue Annual Conference, 2017, Page(s) 740-745
DOI: 10.23919/DATE.2017.7927088

Reproducible Evaluation of System Efficiency with a Model of Architecture: From Theory to Practice

Author(s): Maxime Pelcat, Alexandre Mercat, Karol Desnos, Luca Maggiani, Yanzhou Liu, Julien Heulot, Jean-Francois Nezan, Wassim Hamidouche, Daniel Menard, Shuvra S. Bhattacharyya
Published in: IEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems, 2017, Page(s) 1-1, ISSN 0278-0070
DOI: 10.1109/TCAD.2017.2774822

Challenging the Best HEVC Fractional Pixel FPGA Interpolators with Reconfigurable and Multi-frequency Approximate Computing

Author(s): Carlo Sau, Francesca Palumbo, Maxime Pelcat, Julien Heulot, Erwan Nogues, Daniel Menard, Paolo Meloni, Luigi Raffo
Published in: IEEE Embedded Systems Letters, Issue four-month, 2017, Page(s) 1-1, ISSN 1943-0663
DOI: 10.1109/LES.2017.2703585