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Software Analysis with Event Annotations
Run/stop debug combined with instruction trace was the technology for analysing embedded software. Today finding bugs at the instruction level is unmanageable as devices lack trace pins, operate at high-speed or have multi-core processors. Instead, event annotations can be used to analyse the dynamic operation and the timing of complex software stacks on Cortex-M systems during execution. It is available for all Cortex-M devices, does not require trace and offers detailed insight into "black-box" software components. Multiple views to run-time behaviour, including task scheduling and timing provide high-level information about the operation of communication stacks or inter-process communication. Statistic view show infrequent program anomalies or worst case timing. Events are easy to add to user code and many RTOS systems or IoT communication stacks are already annotated. Other benefits include post-mortem system analysis or remote diagnosis of IoT devices.
--- Datum: 27.02.2020 Uhrzeit: 15:30 - 16:00 Uhr Ort: Conference Counter NCC Ost