When: 2013-03-20 at 09:00-10:00
Presenters: Karl-Erik Årzen et al.
Where: E:2116, E-house, LTH
High-performance embedded systems require the execution of many applications on multicore platforms and are subject to stringent timing restrictions and constraints. In this seminar two dynamic CPU resource manager intended for Linux-based multi-core applications are presented. In the first presentation a resource manager developed within the European ACTORS project is presented and demonstrated using a multimedia demo. The approach combines integer programming with feedback in order to decide the application service levels and the amount of resources allocated to each application.
In the second presentation a purely feedback-based approach is presented that is only based on feedback and for which formal convergence analysis results can be derived. This resource manager is inspired by ideas from game theory. Also this resource manager will be demonstrated during the presentation.