Filip Markovic, Doctoral student

His current research focuses on Limited Preemptive Scheduling (LPS), a scheduling paradigm within Real-Time Systems. In more details, the focus is on LPS subtype called Fixed Preemption Points Scheduling (LP-FPPS). LP-FPPS is an approach which enables a segmentation of a task into non-preemptive regions, seperated by the preemption points. This approach enables schedulability improvements compared to the other scheduling paradigms such as non-preemptive and fully-preemptive scheduling. Within LP-FPPS, we focus on:

  • CRPD estimation
  • Preemption Point Selection
  • Use in the multicore systems
  • Integration with WCET, CRPD and shedulability analysis