Problems in Scheduling Self-Suspending Tasks

  title={Problems in Scheduling Self-Suspending Tasks},
  author={Karthik Lakshmanan and Shinpei Kato and Ragunathan Rajkumar},
Self-suspension intervals are becoming increasingly common in various systems such as: (i) multi-core processors, where tasks running on one core have to synchronize with tasks running on other cores, (ii) heterogeneous ISA multi-core processors, where certain instructions can only be executed on specific processor cores, and (iii) systems with accelerated co-processors such as Digital Signal Processors (DSPs) or Graphics Processing Units (GPUs). In the light of these developments, a few key… CONTINUE READING


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