Processor Capacity Reserves: An Abstraction for Managing Processor Usage

@inproceedings{Mercer1993ProcessorCR,
  title={Processor Capacity Reserves: An Abstraction for Managing Processor Usage},
  author={Clifford W. Mercer and Stefan Savage and Hideyuki Tokuda},
  booktitle={Workshop on Workstation Operating Systems},
  year={1993}
}
Multimedia applications require operating systems that support time-constrained data types such as digital audio and video. These continuous media [1] demand timely service from the system, and time-sharing scheduling algorithms are not sufficient. Furthermore, simple fixed priority scheduling, used in many hard real-time systems, does not necessarily guarantee the successful execution of arbitrary collections of programs which may have conflicting timing requirements or which may overload the… CONTINUE READING
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