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Kernel preemption

Kernel preemption is a method used mainly in monolithic and hybrid kernels where all or most device drivers are run in kernel space, whereby the… 
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2017
Highly Cited
2017
GPUs are widely adopted in HPC and cloud computing platforms to accelerate general-purpose workloads. However, modern GPUs do not… 
2014
2014
Kernel preemption is an important feature among mainstream OS kernels. It allows that a kernel thread can be preempted by another… 
2009
2009
preemption in multi-tasking operating systems. Multi-tasking, and by consequence, preemption, is key to effective CPU sharing… 
2007
2007
The search for a powerful and open real-time operating systems continues! After more than 20 years of active and rigorous… 
2007
2007
Transmission control protocol (TCP) is the most widely used transport protocol on the Internet today. Over the years, especially… 
2005
2005
The Linux multimedia experience is smoother these days, thanks to advances in coding and benchmarking. 
2003
2003
FreeBSD recently adopted the OpenBSD Cryptographic Framework [Keromytis et al, 2003]. In doing so it was necessary to convert the… 
2002
2002
Throughout the years, as Unix has grown and evolved so has computer hardware. The 4.4BSD-Lite2 distribution had no support for… 
2001
2001
In this paper we examine the soft realtime capabilities of the Linux kernel 2.4 and realtime enhancements. We discuss and…