Advances in the automation of model driven software engineering for hard real-time systems with Ada and the UML Profile for MARTE

@inproceedings{Medina2012AdvancesIT,
  title={Advances in the automation of model driven software engineering for hard real-time systems with Ada and the UML Profile for MARTE},
  author={J De La Torre Medina and Alejandro P{\'e}rez Ruiz},
  year={2012}
}
Hierarchical scheduling is a recent real-time scheduling topic. It is used to obtain temporal interference isolation in various scenarios, such as scheduling soft real-time aperiodic tasks along with hard real-time periodic tasks, as in mixed-criticality scenarios. Most theory and practice focuses on two-level hierarchies, with a root (global) scheduler managing resource contention by partitions (or scheduling servers), and a local scheduler in each partition/server to schedule the respective… CONTINUE READING
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