Integrated Task and Interrupt Management for Real-Time Systems

October 29, 2012

Bernard Cole-October 29, 2012

In “Integrated Task and Interrupt Management for Real-Time Systems,”  Dionisio De Niz at Carnegie Mellon University and co-authors Luis E. Leyva-Del-Foyo and Pedro Mejia-Alvarez analyze the traditional interrupt management and some of the many inconsistencies that break the assumptions of many of the real-time scheduling tests, diminishing its utility.

They have analyzed these inconsistencies and present a model that resolves them by integrating interrupts and tasks in a single scheduling model, using RMA theory to calculate the cost of the model and analyze the circumstances under which it can provide the most value.

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