Filip Procházka

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Priority inversion is an important concern in providing robust synchronization in real-time systems. When a high-priority task attempts to acquire a lock held by a low priority task, it is often necessary to momentarily resume the execution of the low priority task so as to allow it to leave the critical region safely, ensuring that shared resources are not(More)
Fundamental changes in the current energy grids, towards the so called smart grids, initiated a range of projects involving extensive deployment of metering and control devices into the grid infrastructure. Since in many countries, the choice of supportive information and communication technologies (ICT) for the grid devices still remains an open question,(More)
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