A Stack-Based Resource Allocation Policy for Realtime Processes

@inproceedings{Baker1990ASR,
  title={A Stack-Based Resource Allocation Policy for Realtime Processes},
  author={Theodore P. Baker},
  booktitle={RTSS},
  year={1990}
}
Introduction ! share a single runtime stack ! if Job is preempted it can’t resume until all the jobs that occupy stack space above it have completed ! refinement of the Priority Ceiling Protocol Abstract & Introduction (contd.) Introduction (contd.) ! SRP offers improvements over the PCP. " unifying the treatment of stack, reader-writer, and multiunit resources, and binary semaphores " applying directly to some dynamic scheduling policies, including EDF, as well as to static priority policies… CONTINUE READING
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