Modeling and evaluation of data retransmission protocols within a distributed multi-switches architecture
Offer N°: 13521
Hard real-time systems, such as the one found in the field of automotive, avionics or distribution of energy, are nowadays developed in the context of distributed architectures. In such systems, data streams have end-to-end network constraints to fulfill between their production and their consumption. The verification of the proper sizing of network resources compared to application needs is a normative requirement given the certification objectives of this type of systems.
Complex wired network topology reconstruction based on reflection coefficients and / or scattering parameters
Offer N°: 13519
Cable networks are nowadays of a great importance in many fields of application. In automotive, aeronautics, aerospace or construction, wires are considered as a critical system, subject to constraints that may create defects which themselves can cause serious accidents.
Mitigation Methods of Ionizing Dose Effects on Emerging Deep-Submicron CMOS Technologies
Offer N°: 13517
Commercial electronic devices will generally survive for a very short time when subjected to ionizing radiation. That is the main reason for using "hardened" electronic systems, i.e. systems designed to withstand this kind of environment. It has been shown that highly integrated advanced CMOS circuits are more robust to cumulative dose of ionizing radiation. However, the robustness of these components must still be improved to fit the constraints of the civilian nuclear industry.
New graph partitioning models for tasks assignment and routing on massively parallel architectures
Offer N°: 13515
The emergence, in recent years, of the so-called many-core processor architectures, that is microprocessors integrating hundreds if not thousands cores on a single chip, has created a new field of applications for graph partitioning problems. Indeed, graph partitioning issues are central when one needs to map a network of tasks on such an architecture.