Reducing conservatism in response time analysis of distributed systems

@inproceedings{Henderson1999ReducingCI,
  title={Reducing conservatism in response time analysis of distributed systems},
  author={William Henderson},
  year={1999}
}
| Rate Monotonic Analysis (RMA) is a well-established technique for assessing schedulability of periodic and sporadic tasks which share a processor resource using xed priority scheduling. An alternative approach to analysing such systems is to build a model which represents the behaviour of the system more dynamically, taking into account the dependency between the tasks. 

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