The topics include a predictable cache-aware memory allocator, interference-aware real-time flow scheduling for wireless sensor networks, minimizing end-to-end delay in thermally constrained distributed systems, partitioned real-time scheduling on heterogeneous shared-memory multiprocessors, the tractability of digraph-based task models, meeting deadlines cheaply, the optimal selection of pre-emption points to minimize pre-emption overhead, and resource-sharing protocols for real-time task graph systems.
What does TG stand for?
TG stands for Task Graph
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The framework models communication at the link level, using a traditional task graph based modelling technique and supporting various switching techniques.
describe the design and implementation of a genetic algorithm for minimizing the schedule length for a general task graph to be executed on a multiprocessor system.
We use three parameters to describe the resulting task graph: (1) the number of tasks from [100,150] range of uniform sampling; (2) corresponding to each task input/out edges is set to [1,3]; (3) The task graph of the computation and communication ratio: CCR (G) by increments of 0.
Thereafter, communication synthesis is explained in Section 4, followed by task graph scheduling with dependability requirements in Section 5.
This new approach is based on the Abstract Task Graph (ATaG), a data-driven programming model and an innovative methodology for architecture-independent programming and automatic software synthesis for sensor networks.
In addition, tasks connected by arcs in the task graph communicate if they are allocated to different processors.
In addition, the task graph inherits a period p that specifies the maximum allowed time between two successive executions of the initial task.