The Memory Team is proud to release another open-source tool to the community. This tool is called RTMemController and contains a mathematical formalization of the dynamic command scheduler introduced in Yonghui Li’s paper Dynamic Command Scheduling for Real-Time Memory Controllers that will be presented at ECRTS. The tool is capable of determining worst-case and average-case execution times of memory transactions of different transaction sizes and with varying degrees of bank interleaving.
An important driver for releasing this tool is to promote transparency and fair comparisons between work in the field. Longer term development plans for the tool may involve adding support for a memory controller front-end with different transaction schedulers, adding support for more memory generations (currently DDR3 is supported), and making the output compatible with DRAMPower to enable chaining the tools.
The official website of RTMemController is found here. Also check out the paper that describes the scheduling algorithm and its formalization.