Using Hierarchical Scheduling to Support Soft Real-Time Applications in General-Purpose Operating Systems

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The CPU schedulers in general-purpose operating systems are designed to provide fast response time for interactive applications and high throughput for batch applications. The heuristics used to achieve these goals do not lend themselves to scheduling real-time applications, nor do they meet other scheduling requirements such as coordinating scheduling… (More)

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@inproceedings{Regehr2001UsingHS, title={Using Hierarchical Scheduling to Support Soft Real-Time Applications in General-Purpose Operating Systems}, author={John Regehr and Michael B. Jones and Sang H. Son and Paul F. Reynolds and Marty Humphrey and Ronald D. Williams}, year={2001} }