This section contains several contributions produced by
Cheddar's users, teachers or students ; enjoy !
The webpage contains a bunch of real time
courses and labs about real-time scheduling analysis that are built with Cheddar by various teachers.
This webpage gathers warious example of use (for
research by example). Those examples may give you some ideas/hints about how to use Cheddar.
- Nice videos/tutorials made by Sam Siewert,
Associate Professor Adjunct from
University of Boulder/Colorado, explaining to his students how to use Cheddar features:
- A video showing how to design a user-defined scheduler, which is a Cheddar features allowing users to designtheir own
specific scheduler : the video is proposed by the
Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani, India
- A video
showing how to use Cheddar with OSATE 2 (by the Lab-STICC team)
Finally, here is few extra tools proposed by users also:
- Materiel to run Cheddar
- Cheddar HTML Visualizer is a web application, for Cheddar 3.x, that displays a simulation event trace. The application read simulation event xml and a (optional) model xml, and displays information on screen. The application can be run locally. Usage instructions are on screen and/or interactive. Recommended browsers are IE10+ or any non-IE browsers. Work in progress.
- MARTE 2 Cheddar is an Eclipse plug-in that transforms a UML MARTE model, created with Papyrus, into a Cheddar 3.x model in XML. Eclipse Indigo or more recent versions are recommended. This project is currently discontinued and no support or documentation is provided.