Download 14th IEEE International Conference on Embedded and Real-time by Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers PDF

By Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

Show description

Read Online or Download 14th IEEE International Conference on Embedded and Real-time Computing Systems and Applications (Rtcsa 2008) PDF

Best international books

The Nordic languages: an international handbook of the history of the North Germanic languages, V. 2

This guide is conceived as a entire heritage of the North Germanic languages from the oldest occasions as much as the current day. while lots of the conventional shows of Nordic language heritage are limited to person languages and sometimes pay attention to in basic terms linguistic facts, the current paintings covers the heritage of all Nordic languages in its totality, embedded in a large culture-historical context.

Network and Parallel Computing: 9th IFIP International Conference, NPC 2012, Gwangju, Korea, September 6-8, 2012. Proceedings

This publication constitutes the refereed post-proceedings of the ninth IFIP foreign convention on community and Parallel Computing, NPC 2012, held in Gwangju, Korea, in September 2012. The 38 papers provided have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 136 submissions. The papers are prepared within the following topical sections: algorithms, scheduling, research, and knowledge mining; community structure and protocol layout; community protection; paralel, dispensed, and virtualization options; functionality modeling, prediction, and tuning; source administration; ubiquitous communications and networks; and internet, verbal exchange, and cloud computing.

The Schrödinger Equation: Proceedings of the International Symposium “50 Years Schrödinger Equation” in Vienna, 10th–12th June 1976

At the social gathering of the fiftieth anniversary of the invention of the Schrodinger equation a small symposium was once equipped in Vienna. It had commonly retrospective personality, the place after an appreciation of Schrodinger's medical achievements the implications have been gathered which you can still extract from his equation.

Extra resources for 14th IEEE International Conference on Embedded and Real-time Computing Systems and Applications (Rtcsa 2008)

Sample text

Experimental comparison of our algorithm with the one in [9]. 1 workload conditions. The system and workload is characterized by: the number of processors N ; the cluster parameters Cp and Cm denoting the data-processing and communication rates respectively; and the real-time workload characterized by arrival-time, size, and deadline. In each experiment, all the parameters but one were kept constant, thereby allowing us to evaluate the relative performance of the two algorithms with respect to the varying parameter.

We start by proving that (1) is a sufficient condition. Let assume that S(o1 ) = 0 and S(o2 ) = E(o1 ). Each instance of the task o1 is executed in an interval belonging to an intervals set I1 , with I1 ={∀n ∈ N, [ng, ng + E(o1 ) − 1]}, each instance of the task o2 is executed in an interval belonging to an intervals set I2 , with I2 ={∀n ∈ N, [ng + E(o1 ), ng +E(o1 )+E(o2 )−1]}. P/g. e. if we decompose the interval [0, P ] into P/g intervals of length g, then, due to their periods, an instance of o1 and an instance of o2 will be executed into a same interval of length g.

However, it is difficult to use this (approximate) completion-time formula to determine the minimum number of processors needed, for the following reason. In order to compute the right-hand side of Equation 4, we must already know the number of processors being used(since both ξ(σ, n) and rn depend upon this number). Thus, there is a circularity of reasoning going on here — the number of processors actually used must be known in order to compute the minimum number of processors needed. We have been informed (in a personal email communication from the authors) that this dilemma is tackled in [9] by iterating over the possible values of n — n = 1, 2, .

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.67 of 5 – based on 29 votes