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Real-Time Control System


Atef Gharbi


Vol. 21  No. 4  pp. 19-27


Tasks scheduling have been gaining attention in both industry and research. The scheduling that ensures independent task execution is critical in real-time systems. While task scheduling has gained a lot of attention in recent years, there have been few works that have been implemented into real-time architecture. The efficiency of the classical scheduling strategy in real-time systems, in particular, is still understudied. To reduce total waiting time, we apply three scheduling approaches in this paper: First In/First Out (FIFO), Shortest Execution Time (SET), and Shortest-Longest Execution Time (SLET). Experimental results have demonstrated the efficacy of the SLET in comparison with the others in most cases in a wide range of configurations.


Task, Real-Time System, Architecture, Scheduling