Multiprocessor scheduling for hard real-time software
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This thesis builds upon work previously done in the development of the Computer Aided Prototyping System (CAPS) and the Prototype System Description Language (PSDL) and presents a conceptual design for the pioneer prototype of the static scheduler for multiprocessors which are part of the CAPS execution support system. The design of hard real-time systems is gaining importance in the software engineering field as real-world processes are becoming automated. This increase in automation needs the advancement of software design technology to meet the design requirements for these hard real-time systems. The CAPS and PSDL are tools being developed to aid the software designer in the rapid prototyping of hard real-time systems. Scheduling PSDL operators in multiprocessor systems to meet the timing constraints is the main part of this thesis. Implementation of the conceptual design will be the basis for further work in this area.
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