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Resource Management in Real-Time Systems and Networks

ISBN-10: 0262133768

ISBN-13: 9780262133760

Edition: 2001

Authors: C. Siva Ram Murthy, G. Manimaran

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Real-time systems and networks are of increasing importance in many applications, including automated factories, telecommunication systems, defense systems, and space systems. This book introduces the concepts and state-of-the-art research developments of resource management in real-time systems and networks. Unlike other texts in the field, it covers the entire spectrum of issues in resource management, including task scheduling in uniprocessor real-time systems; task scheduling, fault-tolerant task scheduling, and resource reclaiming in multiprocessor real-time systems; conventional task scheduling and object-based task scheduling in distributed real-time systems; message scheduling; QoS routing; dependable communication; multicast communication; and medium access protocols in real-time networks. It provides algorithmic treatments for all of the issues addressed, highlighting the intuition behind each algorithm and giving examples. The book also includes two chapters of case studies.
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Book details

List price: $14.75
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: MIT Press
Publication date: 4/13/2001
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 462
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.936
Language: English

Task Scheduling in Multiprocessor Real-Time Systems
Resource Reclaiming in Multiprocessor Real-Time Systems
Fault-Tolerant Task Scheduling in Multiprocessor Real-Time Systems
Resource Management in Distributed Real-Time Systems
Scheduling of Object-Based Tasks in Distributed Real-Time Systems
Real-Time Communication in Wide Area Networks
Route Selection in Real-Time Wide Area Networks
Multicasting in Real-Time Networks
Real-Time Communication in Multiple Access Networks
Case Study: Distributed Air Defense System
Case Study: Air Traffic Control System