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Quantifying the Flexibility of Real-Time Systems

Abstract : In this paper we define the flexibility of a system as its capability to schedule a new task. We present an approach to quantify the flexibility of a system. More importantly, we show that it is possible under certain conditions to identify the task that will directly induce the limitations on a possible software update. If performed at design time, such a result can be used to adjust the system design by giving more slack to the limiting task. We illustrate how these results apply to a simple system.
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Rafik Henia, Alain Girault, Christophe Prévot, Sophie Quinton, Laurent Rioux. Quantifying the Flexibility of Real-Time Systems. 10th Junior Researcher Workshop on Real-Time Computing , Oct 2016, Brest, France. ⟨hal-01426658⟩



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