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Optimal Task Rate Selection in Fixed Priority Systems

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Optimal Task Rate Selection in Fixed Priority Systems
The design phase of any real-time system requires balancing the limited computational resources against the functional requirements and the performance of the application. The optimal design solution can be obtained by solving an optimization problem where the system performance is maximized within the schedulability constraints. In this paper, we provide a procedure that finds the task activation rates maximizing a performance function within the deadline constraints in systems scheduled by fixed priorities. First, we describe the exact feasibility region in the domain of task frequencies. Then, we introduce a procedure that starts by finding an initial solution, and incrementally improves it by using an original branch and bound search, until the global optimum is reached. Experiments show that our algorithm finds the optimal task periods for practical problems with a remarkable speedup, if compared with existing techniques. When the size of the problem makes the global search i...
Enrico Bini, Marco Di Natale
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where RTSS
Authors Enrico Bini, Marco Di Natale
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