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AIPS
2006
10 years 27 days ago
Incremental Scheduling to Maximize Quality in a Dynamic Environment
We present techniques for incrementally managing schedules in domains where activities accrue quality as a function of the time and resources allocated to them and the goal is to ...
Anthony Gallagher, Terry L. Zimmerman, Stephen F. ...
CP
2000
Springer
10 years 3 months ago
Optimal Anytime Constrained Simulated Annealing for Constrained Global Optimization
Abstract. In this paper we propose an optimal anytime version of constrained simulated annealing (CSA) for solving constrained nonlinear programming problems (NLPs). One of the goa...
Benjamin W. Wah, Yixin Chen
IEEECIT
2005
IEEE
10 years 5 months ago
Feedback Scheduling for Resource-Constrained Real-time Control Systems
Subject to limited computational resource, feedback scheduling aims to improve, or to optimize, the global control performance of real-time control systems. For the system that co...
Pingfang Zhou, Jianying Xie
RTS
2010
103views more  RTS 2010»
9 years 10 months ago
LRE-TL: an optimal multiprocessor algorithm for sporadic task sets with unconstrained deadlines
This article presents a detailed discussion of LRE-TL (Local Remaining Execution - TL-plane), an algorithm that schedules hard real-time periodic and sporadic task sets with uncon...
Shelby Funk
RTSS
2015
IEEE
4 years 7 months ago
Uniprocessor Feasibility of Sporadic Tasks Remains coNP-Complete under Bounded Utilization
—A central problem in real-time scheduling theory is to decide whether a sporadic task system with constrained deadlines is feasible on a preemptive uniprocessor. It is known tha...
Pontus Ekberg, Wang Yi 0001
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