Implementing Adaptive Time-Triggered Co-Operative Scheduling Framework for Highly-Predictable Embedded Systems
For many real-time embedded systems, Time-Triggered Co-operative (TTC) scheduling algorithms provide simple and reliable solution at low cost. Previous paper in this area has focused on the development of a wide range of TTC implementations for various purposes (e.g. for achieving low-jitter characteristics, reducing CPU power consumption or dealing with task-overruns). Despite the great deal of work in this area, it can be said that each previous scheduler implementation was created to address only one particular problem in TTC algorithm.