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SIRAP: A Global Resource Sharing Protocol Facilitating Integration of Semi-independent Real-Time Systems

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Report - MRTC

ISRN:

MDH-MRTC-205/2007-1-SE


Abstract

This paper presents a protocol for resource sharing in a hierarchical real-time scheduling framework. Together, the protocol and the scheduling framework significantly reduce the efforts and errors associated with integrating multiple semi-independent subsystems on a single processor. Thus, our proposed techniques facilitate modern software development processes, where subsystems are developed by independent teams (or subcontractors) and at a later stage integrated into a single product. Using our solution, a subsystem need not know, and is not dependent on, the timing behaviour of other subsystems; even though they share mutually exclusive resources. In this paper we also prove the correctness of our approach and evaluate its efficiency.

Bibtex

@techreport{Behnam1019,
author = {Moris Behnam and Insik Shin and Thomas Nolte and Mikael Sj{\"o}din},
title = {SIRAP: A Global Resource Sharing Protocol Facilitating Integration of Semi-independent Real-Time Systems},
number = {ISSN 1404-3041 ISRN MDH-MRTC-205/2007-1-SE},
month = {January},
year = {2007},
url = {http://www.es.mdh.se/publications/1019-}
}