Power-aware scheduling algorithms for sporadic tasks in real-time systems

  • Zhang Y
  • Guo R
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Abstract

In this paper, we consider the canonical sporadic task model with the system-wide energy management problem. Our solution uses a generalized power model, in which the static power and the dynamic power are considered. We present a static solution to schedule the sporadic task set, assuming worst-case execution time for each sporadic tasks release, and propose a dynamic solution to reclaim the slacks left by the earlier completion of tasks than their worst-case estimations. The experimental results show that the proposed static algorithm can reduce the energy consumption by 20.63%-89.70% over the EDF* algorithm and the dynamic algorithm consumes 2.06%-24.89% less energy than that of the existing DVS algorithm. © 2013 Elsevier Inc.

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  • Dynamic voltage scaling
  • Real-time system
  • Sporadic task

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