Johan StÃ¤rner is a lecturer in parallel systems, digital systems, and operating systems at the real-time systems design lab. He received his bachelor of science in applied computer engineering from MÃ¤lardalen University in 1994, and is now working on his PhD thesis. His current research interests include computer architectures with emphasis on memory system performance, execution time analysis for multitasking systems, and real-time operating systems.
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|Pinpointing Interrupts in Embedded Real-Time Systems using Hashed Execution Contexts, Daniel Sundmark, Andreas Ermedahl (former), Johan Stärner, IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics, June, 2009|
|Measuring the Cache Interference Cost in Preemptive Real-Time Systems, Johan Stärner, Lars Asplund, ACM SIGPLAN/SIGBED Conference on Languages, Compilers, and Tools for Embedded Systems (LCTES'04), p 146-154, ACM Press, Washington, DC, USA, June, 2004|
|A Comparison of Multiprocessor Real-Time Operating Systems Implemented in Hardware and Software, Tobias Samuelsson (external), Mikael Åkerholm (former), Peter Nygren, Johan Stärner, Lennart Lindh, International Workshop on Advanced Real-Time Operating System Services (ARTOSS), Porto, Portugal, July, 2003|