Customizing Component Middleware for Distributed Real-Time Systems with Aperiodic and Periodic Tasks
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Many distributed real-time applications must handle mixed aperiodic and periodic tasks with diverse requirements. However, existing middleware lacks flexible configuration mechanisms needed to manage end-to-end timing easily for a wide range of different applications with both aperiodic and periodic tasks. The primary contribution of this work is the design, implementation and performance evaluation of the first configurable component middleware services for admission control and load balancing of aperiodic and periodic tasks in distributed real-time systems. Empirical results demonstrate the need for, and the effectiveness of, our configurable component middleware approach in supporting different applications with aperiodic and periodic tasks.
Zhang, Yuanfang; Gill, Christopher; and Lu, Chenyang, "Customizing Component Middleware for Distributed Real-Time Systems with Aperiodic and Periodic Tasks" Report Number: WUCSE-2007-46 (2007). All Computer Science and Engineering Research.
Permanent URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.7936/K7CF9NCB