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2004
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Scheduling within temporal partitions: response-time analysis and server design

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Scheduling within temporal partitions: response-time analysis and server design
As the bandwidth of CPUs and networks continues to grow, it becomes more attractive, for efficiency reasons, to share such resources among several applications with the minimum level of interference. This can be achieved using temporal partitions, with each application assigned to its own partition and executing as if it was executing alone on a resource with lower bandwidth. The partitions are associated to servers that execute the application tasks according to a given application-level scheduler. On the other hand, the set of servers is scheduled by a system-level scheduler. This paper addresses the particular case of fixed priorities-based application-level schedulers together with a periodic server model at the system level. It starts with an adequate response time analysis based on the notion of server availability for a known server. Then it addresses the inverse problem of designing a server with minimum system-level resource requirements to fulfill the application time constr...
Luís Almeida, Paulo Pedreiras
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where EMSOFT
Authors Luís Almeida, Paulo Pedreiras
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