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Real time scheduling theory: A historical perspective

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Author(s)

  • L Sha
  • T Abdelzaher
  • K E Arzen
  • A Cervin
  • T Baker
  • A Burns
  • G Buttazzo
  • M Caccamo
  • J Lehoczky
  • A K Mok

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Publication details

JournalReal-Time Systems
DatePublished - 2004
Issue number2-3
Volume28
Number of pages55
Pages (from-to)101-155
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

In this 25th year anniversary paper for the IEEE Real Time Systems Symposium, we review the key results in real-time scheduling theory and the historical events that led to the establishment of the current real-time computing infrastructure. We conclude this paper by looking at the challenges ahead of us.

    Research areas

  • fixed-priority scheduling, rate-monotonic scheduling, dynamic-priority scheduling, earliest deadline first, soft real-time, hard real-time, feedback, scheduling models, new challenges, IMPRECISE COMPUTATIONS, FEEDBACK-CONTROL, APERIODIC TASKS, MULTIPROCESSOR SYSTEMS, RESOURCE CONSTRAINTS, RESPONSE-TIMES, ALGORITHMS, ENVIRONMENTS, PERFORMANCE, COMPLEXITY

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