Ravi K. Devarasetty

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Dynamic real-time distributed systems are characterized by significant run-time uncertainties at the mission and system levels. Typically, processing and communication latencies in such systems do not have known upper bounds and event and task arrivals and failure occurrences are non-deterministically distributed. This thesis proposes adaptive resource(More)
We present adaptive resource management middleware techniques for periodic tasks in dynamic real-time distributed systems. The techniques continuously monitor the application at run-time for adherence to the desired real-time requirements, detect timing failures or trends for impending failures (due to workload fluctuations), and dynamically allocate(More)
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