A sampling of topics: semi-partitioned fixed-priority scheduling on multiprocessors, model identification for worst-case execution time (WCET) analysis, adaptive failover or real-time middleware with passive replication, bounding worst-case response time for tasks under priority inheritance protocol (PIP), effect of battery charge on energy consumption, modeling and analysis of multi-hop control networks, on time-aware instrumentation of programs, and efficient aggregate computations in large-scale dense wireless sensor network.
What does PI stand for?
PI stands for Priority Inheritance
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Basic Priority Inheritance Protocol (BPIF) support to avoid Unbounded Priority Inversion .
There is significant innovation around real-time functionality in the open source community in which Novell is participating, including, among other things, work on kernel locking optimizations (to reduce busy wait), priority inheritance, execution of interrupts in kernel threads with definable priority and high resolution timers that improve synchronization and process accounting.