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System Analyzer Tutorial 4: Multicore Event Correlation
When developing software for a multicore device, it is important to understand the timing relationships between the operations being performed by the various CPU cores on the device. UIA and System Analyzer enable this through "multicore event correlation" - the ability to correlate events that are logged by multiple CPU cores so that they can be placed on a common "global" timeline.
In Tutorial 4, we will work through some examples that cover the following topics:
- Tutorial 4A: How to build embedded applications that support multicore event correlation
- Tutorial 4B: How to enable multicore event correlation when using JTAG transports
- Tutorial 4C: How to communicate with multicore devices via Ethernet, with IPC communication between cores
- Tutorial 4D: How to use System Analyzer to view and analyze events from multiple cores