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JCSE, vol. 2, no. 1, pp.74-97, March, 2008


Sustainability in Real-time Scheduling

Alan Burns Sanjoy Baruah
The University of York|The University of North Carolina

Abstract: A scheduling policy or a schedulability test is defined to be sustainable if any task systemdetermined to be schedulable remains so if it behaves ‘‘better’’ than mandated by its systemspecifications. We provide a formal definition of sustainability, and subject the concept tosystematic analysis in the context of the uniprocessor scheduling of periodic and sporadic tasksystems. We argue that it is, in general, preferable engineering practice to use sust

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