1 . Introduction To Real Time Systems
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2 . More Complex Control-law Computations
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3 . Other Type Of Dependencies
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4 . Other Application Of Real Time Systems
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5 . Soft Real Time Systems
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6 . Processors And Resources
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7 . Aperiodic And Sporadic Tasks
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8 . Precedence Constraints And Data Dependency
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9 . Hard And Soft Timing Constraints
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10 . Temporal Parameters Of Real Time Workload
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11 . Heigh Level Control
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12 . Fixed, Jittered, And Sporadic Release Times
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13 . Time
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14 . Simulation
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15 . Testing
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16 . Verification Of Systems
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17 . Symbolic Logic
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18 . Automata And Languages
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19 . Run Time Monitoring
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20 . Predicate Logic
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21 . Interpretation
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22 . Finite Automata
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23 . Periodic Task Model
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24 . Data Dependency
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25 . Typical Real-time Applications
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26 . Real Times, Dead Lines And Timing Constraints
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27 . Signal Processing
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28 . Execution Time
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29 . Jobs And Process
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30 . Hard Real Time Systems
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31 . Definition Of Ceiling-priority Protocol
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32 . Definitions Ofpr Otocols And Duration Ofblocking
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33 . Deadlock Avoidance By Priority-ceiling Protocol
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34 . Differences Between The Priority-inheritance And Priority-ceiling Protocols
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35 . Other Real-time Concurrency Control Schemes
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36 . Modified Rules
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37 . Use Of Priority-ceiling Protocol In Dynamic Priority Systems
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38 . Basic Priority-ceiling Protocols
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39 . Controlling Concurrent Accesses To Data Objects
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40 . Duration Of Blocking
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41 . Properties Ofthe Priority-inheritance Protocol
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42 . Preemption-ceiling Protocol
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43 . Assumptions On Resources And Their Usage
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44 . Effect Of Resource Contention And Resource Access Control (Rac)
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45 . Nonpreemptive Critical Sections
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46 . Basic Priority-inheritance And Priority-ceiling Protocols
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47 . Stack Based Priority-ceiling Protocol
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48 . Fixed-priority Scheduling And Priority-ceiling Protocol
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49 . Additional Terms, Notations, And Assumptions
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50 . Access Control In Multiple-unit Resources
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51 . Types Of Multiprocessor Operating System
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52 . Introduction To Multiprocessor Systems
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53 . Analysis Methods
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54 . Crossbar-connected System
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55 . Multiprocessor Synchronization
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56 . Multiprocessor Systems
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57 . Multiprocessor Operating System Functions And Requirements
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58 . Multiprocessor Interconnections
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59 . Task Model And Scheduling Algorithms
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60 . Assertions And Correctness Formulae
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61 . Introduction To Real-time Systems And Fault-tolerance
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62 . Usage Patterns And Platform Constraints
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63 . Requirement Of Real Time Communication
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64 . Pso System
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65 . Open System Architecture
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66 . Vrtx
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67 . Scheduling Overhead And Processor Utilization
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68 . Utime High-resolution Time Service
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69 . Event-triggered Communication
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70 . Predictability Of General Purpose Operating System
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71 . Lynxos
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72 . Time Services And Scheduling Mechanisms
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73 . Flexibility
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74 . Time-triggered Communication
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75 . Real-time Extensions Of Linux Operating Systems
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76 . Application Program Interface Andssp Structure
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77 . Vxworks
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78 . Event Notification Andsoftwar E Interrupt
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79 . Capability Of Commercial Real-time Systems
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80 . Qnx/neutrino
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81 . Design Issues
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82 . Two-level Scheduler
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83 . Sufficient Schedulability Condition And Acceptance Test
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84 . The Kernel
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85 . I/o Andnetworking
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86 . Memory Management
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87 . Processors Reserves And Resource Kernel
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88 . Scheduling Mechanisms
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89 . Other Basic Operating System Functions
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90 . Rate-constrained Communication
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91 . Server Maintenance
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92 . Introduction To Operating Systems
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93 . Sporadic Servers
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94 . Simple Sporadic Servers In Deadline-driven Systems
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95 . Performance Of Bandwidth-preserving Server Algorithms
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96 . Algorithms For Scheduling Aperiodic Jobs
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97 . Diferrable Servers
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98 . Alternative Approaches
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99 . Fairness And Starvation
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100 . Schedulability Of Fixed-priority Systems Containing Deferrable Server(s)
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101 . Real Time Performance For Jobs With Soft Timing Constraints
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102 . Preemptive Weighted Fair-queueing Algorithm
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103 . Optimality Of Effective-deadline-first (Edf) And Least-slack-time-first (Lst) Algorithms
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104 . Enhancements Of Fixed-priority Sporadic Server
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105 . Scheduling Nonpredictable Applications
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106 . Scheduling Predictable Applications
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107 . Constant Utilization Server Algorithm
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108 . Schedulability Of Deadline-driven Systems In The Presence Of Deferrable Server
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109 . A Two Level Scheme For Integrated Scheduling
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110 . Challenges In Validating Timing Constraints In Priority Driven Approach
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111 . Clock Driven Approach
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112 . Constant Utilization, Total Bandwidth With Weighted Fair-queueing Servers
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113 . Priority-driven Approach
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114 . Weighted Round-robin Approach
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115 . Dynamic Versus Stasic System
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116 . Effective Release Times And Deadlines
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117 . Total Bandwidth Server Algorithm
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118 . Offline Versus Online Scheduling
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119 . Nonoptimility Of The Edf And Lst Algorithm
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120 . Objectives, Correctness, And Optimality
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121 . Scheduling Of Sporading Jobs
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