What is predictability for real-time systems?

@article{Stankovic1990WhatIP,
  title={What is predictability for real-time systems?},
  author={John A. Stankovic and Krithi Ramamritham},
  journal={Real-Time Systems},
  year={1990},
  volume={2},
  pages={247-254}
}
In summary, predictability in real-time systems has been defined in many ways. For static real-time systems we can predict the overall system performance over large time frames (even over the life of the system) as well as predict the performance of individual tasks. If the prediction is that 100% of all tasks over the entire life of the system will meet their deadlines, then the system is predictable without resorting to any stochastic evaluation. In dynamic real-time systems we must resort to… CONTINUE READING
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