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    Title: A system for visualizing and debugging distributed real-time systems with monitoring support
    Authors: Tsai,JJP;Bi,YD;Yang,SJH
    Contributors: 資訊工程研究所
    Keywords: CLOCK SYNCHRONIZATION;SAFETY ANALYSIS;PROGRAMS;SPECIFICATION;ALGORITHM;EXECUTION;PARALLEL;REPLAY
    Date: 1996
    Issue Date: 2010-06-29 20:16:28 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 中央大學
    Abstract: Based on system execution traces, this paper presents a dynamic approach for visualizing and debugging timing constraint violations occurring in distributed real-time systems. The system execution traces used for visualization and debugging are collected during the execution of a target program in such a way that its run-time behavior is not interfered with. This is made possible by our non-interference distributed real-time monitoring system which is capable of collecting system's run-time traces by monitoring and fetching the data passing through the internal buses of a target system. After the run-time data has been collected, the visualization and debugging activities then proceeded. The timing behavior of a target program is visualized as two graphs - the Colored Process Interaction Graph (CPIG) and the Dedicated Colored Process Interaction Graph (DCPIG). The CPIG depicts the timing behavior of a target program by graphically representing interprocess relationships during their communication and synchronization. The DCPIG can reduce visualization and debugging complexity by focusing on the portion of a target program which has direct or indirect correspondence with an imposed timing constraint. With the help of the CPIG and the DCPIG, a timing analysis method is used for computing the system-related timing statistics and analyzing the causes of timing constraint violations. A visualization and debugging system, called VDS, has been implemented using Open Windows on Sun-4's/UNIX workstations.
    Relation: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SOFTWARE ENGINEERING AND KNOWLEDGE ENGINEERING
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