Server-based Scheduling of Parallel Real-Time Tasks
Ref: HURRAY-TR-121001 Publication Date: 7 to 12, Oct, 2012
Server-based Scheduling of Parallel Real-Time TasksRef: HURRAY-TR-121001 Publication Date: 7 to 12, Oct, 2012
Multicore platforms have transformed parallelism into a main concern. Parallel programming models are being put forward to provide a better approach for application programmers to expose the opportunities for parallelism by pointing out potentially parallel regions within tasks, leaving the actual and dynamic scheduling of these regions onto processors to be performed at runtime, exploiting the maximum amount of parallelism.
It is in this context that this paper proposes a scheduling approach that combines the constant-bandwidth server abstraction with a priority-aware work-stealing load balancing scheme which, while ensuring isolation among tasks, enables parallel tasks to be executed on more than one processor at a given time instant.
12th International Conference on Embedded Software (EMSOFT 2012), ACM New York, pp 73-82.
Record Date: 7, Oct, 2012