Improved feasibility of fixed-priority scheduling with deferred preemption using preemption thresholds for preemption points

@inproceedings{Bril2013ImprovedFO,
  title={Improved feasibility of fixed-priority scheduling with deferred preemption using preemption thresholds for preemption points},
  author={Reinder J. Bril and Martijn M. H. P. van den Heuvel and Johan J. Lukkien},
  booktitle={RTNS},
  year={2013}
}
This paper aims at advancing the relative strength of limited-preemptive schedulers by improving the feasibility of a task set and simultaneously limiting, or even precluding, arbitrary preemptions. In particular, we present a refinement of existing limited-preemptive fixed-priority scheduling (FPS) schemes with preemption thresholds for preemption points next to preemption thresholds for sub-jobs, termed fixed-priority scheduling with varying preemption thresholds (FPVS). We derive exact… CONTINUE READING

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