Among specific topics are optimal fixed priority scheduling with deferred pre-emption, static approximation algorithms for regularity-based resource partitioning, spatiotemporal aquatic field reconstruction using a robotic sensor swarm, designing high-quality embedded control systems with guaranteed stability, and reducing the size of the constraint model in implicit path enumeration using super blocks.
What does FPS stand for?
FPS stands for Fixed Priority Scheduling
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Commissioned and sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society for engineers and researchers in the field, this book covers such topics as cyber-physical systems, schedulability analysis, algorithms for wireless sensor networks, distributed and control systems and fixed priority scheduling theory.
The critical features for real-time support that are included in TimeSys Linux/RT but not all available in any other embedded Linux solution are: Pre-emptive fixed priority scheduling, 256 priorities, priority inheritance support, high-resolution timers, the TimeTrace tool to support measurement and visualization of real-time performance.