Better Real-Time Response for Time-Share Scheduling

@inproceedings{Banachowski2003BetterRR,
  title={Better Real-Time Response for Time-Share Scheduling},
  author={Scott A. Banachowski and Scott A. Brandt},
  booktitle={IPDPS},
  year={2003}
}
Time-share CPU schedulers permeate general-purpose computer systems, yet provide little support for real-time constraints. We demonstrate that by making inferences from the behavior of applications, soft real-time scheduling performance is achievable using a best-effort policy in which the scheduler has no a priori knowledge of application resource needs. In a typical time-share scheduler, recent CPU usage is accounted for in a dynamic scheduling priority, so the behavior pattern of a process… CONTINUE READING

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