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A Lazy Bailout Approach for Dual-Criticality Systems on Uniprocessor Platforms
A challenge in the design of cyber-physical systems is to integrate the scheduling of tasks of different criticality, while still providing service guarantees for the higher critical tasks in case of resource-shortages ...
ATMP: An Adaptive Tolerance-based Mixed-criticality Protocol for Multi-core Systems
The challenge of mixed-criticality scheduling is to keep tasks of higher criticality running in case of resource shortages caused by faults. Traditionally, mixedcriticality scheduling has focused on methods to handle faults ...
Optimised Adaptation of Mixed-criticality Systems with Periodic Tasks on Uniform Multiprocessors in Case of Faults
The standard real-time computing model is based on a notion of deadline that represents both, a design parameter and a critical latency. The tolerance-based real-time com- puting model (TRTCM) extends the standard real-time ...