Multi-core processor, Real-time computing, Static timing analysis, Embedded system and Distributed computing are his primary areas of study. His work carried out in the field of Multi-core processor brings together such families of science as Quality of service and Software. Francisco J. Cazorla combines subjects such as System software, Probabilistic logic, Cache algorithms and Cache with his study of Real-time computing.
When carried out as part of a general Static timing analysis research project, his work on Probabilistic timing analysis is frequently linked to work in Extreme value theory, Base and Limit, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as System requirements and Embedded system. His study looks at the relationship between Distributed computing and topics such as CPU cache, which overlap with Simultaneous multithreading, Thread and Speedup.
Francisco J. Cazorla mainly investigates Embedded system, Multi-core processor, Software, Static timing analysis and Parallel computing. His study in Embedded system is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Dram, Scheduling, Worst-case execution time and Real-time computing. His research investigates the connection between Multi-core processor and topics such as Distributed computing that intersect with problems in Resource allocation.
His Software study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Domain, Software engineering, Reliability engineering and Resource. His Static timing analysis study combines topics in areas such as Probabilistic logic, Probabilistic analysis of algorithms and Jitter. He has included themes like Multithreading and Thread in his Parallel computing study.
His primary scientific interests are in Software, Multi-core processor, Static timing analysis, Embedded system and Distributed computing. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Domain, Software engineering, Parallel computing, Resource and Functional safety. His Multi-core processor study also includes fields such as
His Static timing analysis study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Cache, Probabilistic logic, Event, Focus and Data science. As a part of the same scientific family, Francisco J. Cazorla mostly works in the field of Embedded system, focusing on Worst-case execution time and, on occasion, Cache hierarchy, Embedded applications and Supercomputer. His Distributed computing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Multicore systems, Scheduling, Bandwidth allocation and Request distribution.
Francisco J. Cazorla spends much of his time researching Software, Multi-core processor, Embedded system, Task analysis and Domain. His Software research incorporates elements of Software engineering and Reliability engineering, Functional safety. His Multi-core processor study is related to the wider topic of Parallel computing.
His Embedded system research focuses on Real-time computing and how it connects with Static timing analysis. His Task analysis research includes elements of Computer network and Software development. The concepts of his Domain study are interwoven with issues in Software design and Systems engineering.
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Hardware support for WCET analysis of hard real-time multicore systems
Marco Paolieri;Eduardo Quiñones;Francisco J. Cazorla;Guillem Bernat.
international symposium on computer architecture (2009)
Measurement-Based Probabilistic Timing Analysis for Multi-path Programs
Liliana Cucu-Grosjean;Luca Santinelli;Michael Houston;Code Lo.
euromicro conference on real-time systems (2012)
Dynamically Controlled Resource Allocation in SMT Processors
Francisco J. Cazorla;Alex Ramirez;Mateo Valero;Enrique Fernandez.
international symposium on microarchitecture (2004)
Merasa: Multicore Execution of Hard Real-Time Applications Supporting Analyzability
T Ungerer;Francisco J Cazorla;P Sainrat;G Bernat.
IEEE Micro (2010)
PROARTIS: Probabilistically Analyzable Real-Time Systems
Francisco J. Cazorla;Eduardo Quiñones;Tullio Vardanega;Liliana Cucu.
ACM Transactions in Embedded Computing Systems (2013)
An Analyzable Memory Controller for Hard Real-Time CMPs
M. Paolieri;E. Quinones;F.J. Cazorla;M. Valero.
IEEE Embedded Systems Letters (2009)
Multicore Resource Management
K.J. Nesbit;M. Moreto;F.J. Cazorla;A. Ramirez.
IEEE Micro (2008)
Predictable performance in SMT processors: synergy between the OS and SMTs
F.J. Cazorla;P.M.W. Knijnenburg;R. Sakellariou;E. Fernandez.
IEEE Transactions on Computers (2006)
A cache design for probabilistically analysable real-time systems
Leonidas Kosmidis;Jaume Abella;Eduardo Quinones;Francisco J. Cazorla.
design, automation, and test in europe (2013)
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Kyle J. Nesbit;James E. Smith;Miquel Moreto;Francisco J. Cazorla.
IEEE Micro (2008)
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