Real-Time SchedulingWe have proposed different scheduling techniques, and have developed tools to test them. You'll find some basic information about them in this page.
ABSTRACT: This tool is a generic simulation tool that can be used to analyze real-time scheduling algorithms. It can be used to compare the performance of different schedulers. To do so, the tool uses a synthetic benchmarking technique, and allows comparative studies of the resulting metrics.
You can get the Software! (the Graphical Interface was developed by CHRISTEN, G.; DOBNIEWSKI, A.; YANKILEVICH,P. (400Kb)
ABSTRACT: This is an extension of a traditional concurrency problem, that poses complex constraints related with the meeting of timing restrictions in real-time systems. It can be used as a complex exercise in courses in this area, making easy the implementation of complex solutions of real-time systems without the need of a complex laboratory nor expensive equipment.
You can get the Software! (developed by D. Galigniana. (40 Kb)