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Statistical Rate Monotonic Scheduling (SRMS) is a generalization of the classical RMS results of Liu and Layland [10] for periodic tasks with highly variable execution times and statistical QoS requirements. The main tenet of SRMS is that the variability in task resource requirements could be smoothed through aggregation to yield guaranteed QoS. This(More)
Statistical Rate Monotonic Scheduling (SRMS) is a generalization of the classical RMS results of Liu and Layland [LL73] for periodic tasks with highly variable execution times and statistical QoS requirements. The main tenet of SRMS is that the variability in task resource requirements could be smoothed through aggregation to yield guaranteed QoS. This(More)
Commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) middleware addresses many design forces for developing mission-critical distributed systems, including reducing development cost and cycle-time. However, meeting additional requirements for real-time quality of service (QoS) in these systems is currently beyond the state-of-the-art in available COTS middleware solutions. In(More)
Quality of Service (QoS) guarantees are required by an increasing number of applications to ensure a minimal level of delity in the delivery of application data units through the network. Application-level QoS does not necessarily follow from any transport-level QoS guarantees regarding the delivery of the individual cells (e.g. ATM cells) which comprise(More)
Quality of Service (QoS) guarantees are required by an increasing number of applications to ensure a minimal level of delity in the delivery of application data units through the network. Application-level QoS does not necessarily follow from any transport-level QoS guarantees regarding the delivery of the individual cells (e.g. ATM cells) which comprise(More)
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