Typical Real-Time Applications A real-time systems is required to complete its work and deliver its services on a timely basis. Examples : Digital control Command and control Signal processing Telecommunications systems.
Digital Control Many real time sys
ECE 3510, Assignment #2
Due: Fri, Oct.30, 2009
1. The feasible interval of each job in the precedence graph in Figure 4P-1 is given next to its name. The execution time of all jobs is equal to 1. (a) Find the effective release times and deadlines of the j
3510 notes Typical Real-T ime Applications A real-t ime systems is required to complete i ts work and deliver its services on a t imely basis. Examples : Digital control Command and control Signal processing Telecommunications systems.
Digital Control Man
Double Buffering and Multithreading
Page Flipping via Pointer Switching
When a page flip occurs, the pointer to the old back buffer now points to the primary surface and the pointer to the old primary surface now points to the back buffer memory. This set
resourcerequirementsofsystemcomponentsand thewaytheoperatingsystemallocatesthe availablesystemresourcesamongthem.
Overview: Hard vs. Soft Real Time
OUTLINE Timing parameters for RT systems Hard vs. soft timing constraints - soft real time systems - hard real time systems CPU utilization Validating timing constraints
Ref: [Liu] Ch. 2 (pg. 26 33)
Timing parameters for
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