Mode change protocols for priority-driven preemptive scheduling

@article{Sha1989ModeCP,
  title={Mode change protocols for priority-driven preemptive scheduling},
  author={Lui Sha and Ragunathan Rajkumar and John P. Lehoczky and Krithi Ramamritham},
  journal={Real-Time Systems},
  year={1989},
  volume={1},
  pages={243-264}
}
In many real-time applications, the set of tasks in the system, as well as the characteristics of the tasks, change during system execution. Specifically, the system moves from one mode of execution to another as its mission progresses. A mode change is characterized by the deletion of some tasks, addition of new tasks, or changes in the parameters of certain tasks, for example, increasing the sampling rate to obtain a more accurate result. This paper discusses how mode changes can be… CONTINUE READING
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