Real Time Computing

@inproceedings{Halang1994RealTC,
  title={Real Time Computing},
  author={Alexander D. Stoyenko Wolfgang C. Halang},
  booktitle={NATO ASI Series},
  year={1994}
}
Task scheduling is a wide research area whose results gained increasing interest during the last decades. A great variety of different algorithmic methods has been developed. Though these methods are very often adjusted to the specifics of the various scheduling problems, there are few principles along which scheduling algorithms work. The purpose of this contribution is to give an overview on the main algorithmic approaches applied in real-time scheduling. Different methods for solving… CONTINUE READING

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