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Schedule Visualization

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Tool to visualize and create time-triggered schedules as gant-chart.

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The Schedule Visualization tool is based on Eclipse 4 RCP and uses Nebula Gantt charts to visualize schedules. The tool is linked to scheduling and schedule integration algorithms which allow to generate time-triggered schedules and visualizes the calculated schedules. The generated schedule might then be exported to a C header file to update the system schedule.
It also supports an online mode using a network monitor to detect if nodes are offline and updates its status in the visualization, e.g., for fault-tolerant systems.
The tool expects an XML-based description for the system specification and allows to export generated schedules as XML.

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Categories

Visualization

License

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Features

  • visualize time-triggered schedules as gantt-chart
  • generate time-triggered schedules
  • integrate individually generated subsystem schedules in a global schedule
  • monitor the communication of a distributed system and visualize the current system schedule depending on current online/offline nodes

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Languages

English

Intended Audience

Science/Research, Automotive

User Interface

Win32 (MS Windows)

Programming Language

Java

Registered

2014-06-17

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