Sustainable Multiprocessor Scheduling of Sporadic Task Systems

  title={Sustainable Multiprocessor Scheduling of Sporadic Task Systems},
  author={Theodore P. Baker and Sanjoy K. Baruah},
  journal={2009 21st Euromicro Conference on Real-Time Systems},
A scheduling policy or a schedulability test is defined to be sustainable with respect to  a particular workload model if any task system represented in that model that is determined to be schedulable remains so if it behaves "better" than mandated by its specifications.  We investigate the sustainability properties of global scheduling algorithms when applied to systems represented using the sporadic task model.  We show that  Fixed-Priority (FP) scheduling of sporadic task sets is sustainable… CONTINUE READING
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