Baruah S., Guo Z,, Giannopoulou, G., Stoimenov, N., Huang, P., & Thiele, L.


Real Time, Mixed Criticality


Two papers are reviewed on their proposal for mixed criticality scheduling in real time systems. The first technique considers dropping lower critical jobs, while the second addresses resource sharing between jobs. This paper makes a comparison and proposes future work.


Within the study of mixed criticality scheduling, there are many different aspects that must be considered—resources, processor speeds, number of processors, etc.—that make scheduling theories difficult to produce. Two papers address specific aspects of mixed criticality scheduling, and this paper compares the two different methods and also builds upon them.


College of Engineering and Computer Science





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