Flexible Integrating Scheduling Technology
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FIRST is an EU funded project considering modern and future scheduling schemes. York and 3 other leading European research institutions are involved. The objective of the proposed research is to develop a real-time scheduling framework for applications demanding various types of tasks, constraints, and scheduling paradigms within the same system. The FIRST project will investigate co-operation and coexistence of standard real-time scheduling schemes (time-triggered and event-triggered, dynamic and fixed priority based, as well as off-line based) integration of different task types (such as hard and soft, or more flexible notions, e.g., from control or quality-of-service demands, and fault-tolerance mechanisms) and temporal encapsulation of subsystems in order to support the composability and re-usability of available components including legacy subsystems.
|UoY Lead||Alan Burns|
|UoY People on Project||Rob Davis|
|Partners||Mälardalen University, University of York|