We present an approach to static priority preemptive process scheduling for the synthesis of hard real-time distributed embedded systems where communication plays an important role. The communication model is based on a time-triggered protocol. We have developed an analysis for the communication delays with four different message scheduling policies over a time-triggered communication channel. Optimization strategies for the synthesis of communication are developed, and the four approaches to message scheduling are compared using extensive experiments.
|Publication status||Published - 2004|
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- Hard real-time systems
- Distributed embedded systems
- Time-triggered protocol
- Schedulability analysis
- Bus access optimization
Pop, P., Eles, P., & Peng, Z. (2004). Schedulability-Driven Communication Synthesis for Time Triggered Embedded Systems. Real-Time Systems, 26(3), 297-325. https://doi.org/10.1023/B:TIME.0000018246.09796.a3