Energy-Efficient, Utility Accrual Real-Time Scheduling
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Basavaraj, Veena (Virginia Tech, 2006-07-06)Scheduling decisions in soft real-time environments are based on a utility function. The goal of such schedulers is to use a best-effort approach to maximize the utility function and ensure graceful degradation at overloads. ...
Attri, Hitesh (Virginia Tech, 2005-01-04)A software agents based manufacturing scheduling module for Advanced Planning and Scheduling (APS) is presented. The problem considered is scheduling of jobs with multiple operations, distinct operation processing times, ...
Prabhakar, Sandeep (Virginia Tech, 2003-06-16)
Grid computing is a field of research that combines many computers from distant locations to form one large computing resource. In order to be able to make use of the full potential of such a system there is a need to ...