Scheduling real-time applications in an open environment

  title={Scheduling real-time applications in an open environment},
  author={Zhong Deng and Jane W.-S. Liu},
  journal={Proceedings Real-Time Systems Symposium},
This paper extends the two-level hierarchical scheme in (Deng et al., 1997) for scheduling independently developed real-time applications with non-real-time applications in an open environment. The environment allows the schedulability of each real-time application to be validated independently of other applications in the system. The extended scheme removes the following two restrictions of the scheme: real-time applications that are scheduled preemptively must consist solely of periodic tasks… CONTINUE READING
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