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Abstract Real-time systems usually consist of a set Real-time systems usually consist of a set of periodic and sporadic tasks. Periodic tasks can be divided into two classes: synchronous and asynchronous. The first type does not define the task first release, contrary to the second. Hence, synchronous periodic tasks are assumed to be released at the worst instant: the critical instant. The schedulability test is reduced to check a single execution of the task under analysis. The integration of sporadic tasks is also straightforward: they are treated as a periodic task with maximum arrival frequency. On the other hand, asynchronous periodic tasks require a test for each release in the hyperperiod and the integration of sporadic tasks is not trivial: the worst release instant is unknown a priori. However, they do not assume that the tasks are released at the worst instant. This paper presents a new schedulability analysis method based on the Response Time Analysis (RTA) to determine the worst response time of both asynchronous periodic and sporadic tasks, scheduled by a fixed-priority preemptive algorithm with general deadlines. It also presents another method that enables the introduction of a user configurable degree of pessimism, reducing the hyperperiod dependency. mism, reducing the hyperperiod dependency.
Author Manuel Coutinho + , José Rufino + , Carlos Almeida +
Booktitle Proceedings of the EUROMICRO Conference on Real-Time Systems (ECRTS 2008), Prague, Czech Republic, July 2008.  +
Key Countinho-responseasync  +
Month jul  +
NumPubDate 2,008.07  +
Project Project:DARIO + , Project:AIR +
ResearchLine Timeliness and Adaptation in Dependable Systems (TADS) +
Title Response Time Analysis of Asynchronous Periodic and Sporadic Tasks Scheduled by a Fixed-Priority Preemptive Algorithm  +
Type inproceedings  +
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Year 2008  +
Categories Publication  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 14 January 2013 14:41:11  +
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