Preoceedings of the Fifth IEEE Real-Time Technology and Applications Symposium: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, June 2-4, 1999
IEEE Computer Society Press, 1999 - Computers - 293 pages
Contains papers from a June 1999 symposium, in sections on scheduling, languages and timing constraints, databases and operating systems, real-time Windows NT, real-time middleware, real-time communication, quality of service, and case studies. Subjects include design and performance of a real-time"
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A Responsiveness Approach for Scheduling Fault Recovery in RealTime Systems
Overload Scheduling for Mission Critical Systems
Scalable Scheduling Support for Loss and Delay Constrained Media Streams
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algorithm allocation analysis architecture arrival rate bandwidth benchmark block CKMB clock synchronization components composite event Computer constraints CORBA critical CTEC cycle deadlines defined delay bound described detection device driver DWCS dynamic embedded systems end-to-end Ethernet evaluation execution fault tolerance Figure function graph guarantees hard real-time hardware IEEE Real-Time implementation input interface interrupt iterations jitter kernel latency Linux Linux kernel load loop loss-tolerance maximum middleware monitor multicast multimedia node non-real-time occurs operating system packet parameters path performance period Portable RK priority inversion processor protocol QDMR queue Rate Monotonic Scheduling real-time operating system Real-Time Systems real-time tasks recovery request replicated requirements reserve resource management RIO kthreads RT-Linux run-time scheduling Section sensor server simulation specification stream subsystem thread timer tion traffic transaction transient faults transmission tree update utilization VMEbus WCET Windows NT workload