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Interrupts, Timing Events and Dispatching Domains

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JournalACM Ada Letters
DatePublished - 2015
Issue number1
Volume35
Number of pages6
Pages (from-to)26-31
Original languageEnglish

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It is useful in real-time systems to distinguish between two forms of computation that occur at run-time: tasks and event handlers. A real-time task (or thread) is a long-lived entity with state and periods of activity and inactivity. While active, it competes with other tasks for the available resources – the rules of this competition are captured in a scheduling or dispatching policy (for example, fixed priority or EDF).

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