Implementation and Evaluation of Mixed-Criticality Scheduling Approaches for Periodic Tasks

@article{Huang2012ImplementationAE,
  title={Implementation and Evaluation of Mixed-Criticality Scheduling Approaches for Periodic Tasks},
  author={Huang-Ming Huang and Christopher D. Gill and Chenyang Lu},
  journal={2012 IEEE 18th Real Time and Embedded Technology and Applications Symposium},
  year={2012},
  pages={23-32}
}
Traditional fixed-priority scheduling analysis for periodic task sets is based on the assumption that all tasks are equally critical to the correct operation of the system. Therefore, every task has to be schedulable under the scheduling policy, and estimates of tasks' worst case execution times must be conservative in case a task runs longer than is usual. To address the significant under-utilization of a system's resources under normal operating conditions that can arise from these… CONTINUE READING
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