Distributed Real-Time System Design using CBS-based End-to-end Scheduling

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Distributed real-time applications share a group of processors connected by some local area network. A rigorous and sound methodology to design real-time systems from independently designed distributed real-time applications is needed. In this paper, we study a distributed real-time system design scheme using CBS-based end-to-end scheduling. The scheduling scheme utilizes CBS to allocate both CPU shares and network bandwidth to a distributed real-time application when it arrives at the system. Our proposed solution uses the same scheduling paradigm for both resources. In this way, we believe the system can have a more consistent scheduling objective and may achieve a tighter schedu-

DOI: 10.1109/ICPADS.2002.1183424

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@inproceedings{Nolte2002DistributedRS, title={Distributed Real-Time System Design using CBS-based End-to-end Scheduling}, author={Thomas Nolte and Kwei-Jay Lin}, booktitle={ICPADS}, year={2002} }