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URN etd-0214107-114145 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 3288 times. Download 1590 times. Author Shieh-Jie Hsu Author's Email Address No Public. Department Computer Science and Enginerring Year 2006 Semester 1 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language English Page Count 52 Title AN ADAPTIVE SCHEDULER IN MULTI-PROCESSOR REAL-TIME SYSTEMS Keyword real-time system multiprocessor scheduler scheduler multiprocessor real-time system Abstract In the real-time system, the system usually supports the application that includes the task set with hard and soft real-time tasks. The traditional researches on the task scheduling in real-time operating systems were setting the priority for providing service to soft tasks after that can promise meet deadline of hard tasks. Therefore, those scheduling schemes were trying to provide better average meet ratio for soft tasks, but did not consider the deadline of each task. In this thesis, an adaptive scheduler has been proposed. The proposed adaptive scheduler for the real-time multiprocessor systems considers the operating environment in the real world. The simulation results show that the proposed adaptive scheduler can improve the system performance and fit for almost all real-time applications. Advisor Committee Liang-Teh Lee - advisor
Chia-Ying Tseng - co-chair
Ge-Ming Chiu - co-chair
Files Date of Defense 2007-01-15 Date of Submission 2007-02-14