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Managing multi-mode tasks with time cost and quality levels using optimal discrete control synthesis

Abstract : Real-time control systems are complex to design, and automation support is important. We are interested in systems with multiple tasks, each with multiple modes, implementing a functionality with different levels of quality (e.g., computation approximation), and cost (e.g., computation time, energy). It is complex to control the switching of modes in order to insure properties like bounding cost while maximizing quality. We outline a technique for the automatic generation of such controllers involving an automaton-based formal model, and using optimal discrete control synthesis
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Hervé Marchand, Eric Rutten. Managing multi-mode tasks with time cost and quality levels using optimal discrete control synthesis. 14th Euromicro Conference on Real-Time Systems (ECRTS'02), Jun 2002, Vienna, Austria. pp.241-248, ⟨10.1109/EMRTS.2002.1019204⟩. ⟨inria-00525533⟩

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