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FARA - A Framework for Adaptive Resource Allocation in Complex Real-Time Systems

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FARA - A Framework for Adaptive Resource Allocation in Complex Real-Time Systems
This paper introduces FARA, a framework that provides abstractions and mechanisms for building integrated adaptation and resource allocation services in complex real-time systems. FARA's design addresses 1 the speci cation of the adaptation capabilities of general-domain applications with multiple adaptive components and 2 the control of the adaptation impact on the satis ability of an application's timing constraints during its transition to targeted steady state. We propose to use of a hierarchical adaptation model, to control the adaptation enactment overhead based on the costs of executing the application-speci c adaptation procedures, and to reduce the decision overhead by use of e ective solutions for mechanisms frequently invoked during the decision process, such as the decision context management and the allocation decision evaluation.
Daniela Rosu, Karsten Schwan, Sudhakar Yalamanchil
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Type Conference
Year 1998
Where RTAS
Authors Daniela Rosu, Karsten Schwan, Sudhakar Yalamanchili
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