Kao, B. and Garcia-Molina, H. and Adelberg, B. (1994) On Building Distributed Soft Real-Time Systems. Technical Report. Stanford University.
When building a distributed real-time system, one can either build the whole system from scratch, or from pre-existing standard components. Although the former allows better scheduling design, it is not economical in terms of the cost and time of development. This paper studies the performance of distributed soft real-time systems that use standard components with various scheduling algorithms and suggests ways to improve them. Keywords: soft real-time, distributed systems, deadline assignment, priority assignment, scheduling.
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