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Power Conscious Fixed Priority Scheduling for Hard Real-Time Systems

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Power Conscious Fixed Priority Scheduling for Hard Real-Time Systems
Power efficient design of real-time systems based on programmable processors becomes more important as system functionality is increasingly realized through software. This paper presents a powerefficient version of a widely used fixed priority scheduling method. The method yields a power reduction by exploiting slack times, both those inherent in the system schedule and those arising from variations of execution times. The proposed run-time mechanism is simple enough to be implemented in most kernels. Experimental results show that the proposed scheduling method obtains a significant power reduction across several kinds of applications.
Youngsoo Shin, Kiyoung Choi
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Type Conference
Year 1999
Where DAC
Authors Youngsoo Shin, Kiyoung Choi
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