Models of concurrent program running in resource constrained environment

D.V. Rahozin

Abstract


The paper considers concurrent program modeling using resource constrained automatons. Several software samples are considered:
real time operational systems, video processing including object recognition, neural network inference, common linear systems
solving methods for physical processes modeling. The source code annotating and automatic extraction of program resource constraints with the help of profiling software are considered, this enables the modeling for concurrent software behavior with minimal user assistance.

Problems in programming 2020; 2-3: 149-156


Keywords


concurrent programs; program annotation; software modeling; automatons

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