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—In resource-constrained systems, the interference generated by the concurrent execution of multiple controller tasks leads to extra delay and jitter, which degrade control performance and may even jeopardize the stability of the controlled system. This work presents a general methodology that integrates control issues and real-time schedulability analysis(More)
We consider a sequential learning problem with Gaussian payoffs and side observations: after selecting an action i, the learner receives information about the payoff of every action j in the form of Gaussian observations whose mean is the same as the mean payoff, but the variance depends on the pair (i, j) (and may be infinite). The setup allows a more(More)
—A full exploitation of the computational power available in a multi-core platform requires the software to be specified in terms of parallel execution flows. At the same time, modern embedded systems often consist of more parallel applications with timing requirements, concurrently executing on the same platform and sharing common resources. To prevent(More)
—A full exploitation of the computational power available in a multi-core platform requires the software to be specified in terms of parallel execution flows. At the same time, modern embedded systems often consist of more parallel applications with timing requirements, concurrently executing on the same platform and sharing common resources. To prevent(More)
The usage of virtual processor is a key aspect for isolating real-time applications. A typical interface of virtual processor is expressed by the bandwidth and the delay. After formulating the overall consumed bandwidth as a function of the bandwidth and the delay that accounts also for the context switches, we proposed an algorithm that find the least(More)
Control systems are typically designed assuming an ideal behavior of the computing infrastructure where controllers execute. In practice, however, in highly loaded computing systems consisting of multiple concurrent controllers , resource constraints may introduce delays and jit-ter in control loops that may degrade control performance significantly. Hence,(More)
We consider the problem of identifying a good option out of finite set of options under combi-natorially structured, noisy feedback about the quality of the options in a sequential process: In each round, a subset of the options, from an available set of subsets, can be selected to receive noisy information about the quality of the options in the chosen(More)