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A Deferrable Scheduling Algorithm for Real-Time Transactions Maintaining Data Freshness

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A Deferrable Scheduling Algorithm for Real-Time Transactions Maintaining Data Freshness
Periodic update transaction model has been used to maintain freshness (or temporal validity) of real-time data. Period and deadline assignment has been the main focus in the past studies such as the More-Less scheme [22] in which update transactions are guaranteed by the Deadline Monotonic scheduling algorithm [13] to complete by their deadlines. In this paper, we propose a novel algorithm, namely deferrable scheduling, for minimizing imposed workload while maintaining temporal validity of real-time data. In contrast to previous work, update transactions scheduled by the deferrable scheduling algorithm follow a sporadic task model. The deferrable scheduling algorithm exploits the semantics of temporal validity constraint of real-time data by judiciously deferring the sampling times of update transaction jobs as late as possible. We present a theoretical analysis of its processor utilization, which is verified in our experiments. Our experimental results also demonstrate that the defe...
Ming Xiong, Song Han, Kam-yiu Lam
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Year 2005
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Authors Ming Xiong, Song Han, Kam-yiu Lam
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