By Chen J., Hong S. (eds.)
This publication constitutes the completely refereed post-proceedings of the ninth overseas convention on Real-Time and Embedded platforms and functions, RTCSA 2003, held in Tainan, Taiwan, in February 2003.The 28 revised complete papers and nine revised brief papers provided have been rigorously reviewed and chosen for inclusion within the e-book. The papers are equipped in topical sections on scheduling, networking and communique, embedded platforms and environments, pervasive and ubiquitous computing, platforms and architectures, source administration, dossier structures and databases, functionality research, and instruments and improvement.
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We describe one solution here as an example. 30 W. K. Mok Assume that there is a component and its component scheduler is EDF. A task is categorized to subclass and its execution time is added to the weight of the workload with that subclass. Supply Contract Generation: At run time, upon the arrival of a job added to the server corresponding to task a demand for resource supply is at the start of the next time unit. 3 Example Having described how HCC works, we illustrate the HCC approach by an example below.
After the job fragment, say for schedule has completed, the job fragment is deleted and another job fragment is created corresponding to the next time interval in schedule The schedule composition algorithm is defined below. Initially, all job fragments from all component schedules are unmarked. At any time Ready is a set that contains all the job fragments from all the component schedules that are ready to be composed. Initially, Ready is empty. At any time if there is no job fragment from component schedule in Ready, construct one denoted as by the following steps: Let be an unmarked time interval such that and for all unmarked time interval Define the execution time of the job fragment as the length of the scheduled time interval: Define ready time of the job fragment as the ready time of the job scheduled at Define deadline of the job fragment as the earliest deadline among all jobs scheduled after time by Mark interval 24 W.
It is noteworthy that a simple fixed-priority composition scheme cannot even compose and together for the following reason. Because of the short deadline of task must have the highest priority. Then there is a possibility that 3 continuous time units may be supplied to in which case task in may miss its deadline. The low composability is a result of not distinguish- On the Composition of Real-Time Schedulers 33 ing the different types of workloads in In contrast, by Harmonic scheduler composition, and can be admitted one by one and served in the same time.
Real-Time and Embedded Computing Systems and Applications by Chen J., Hong S. (eds.)