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X-RT: A portable multiprocessor real-time scheduling framework

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This project contains the material discussed in my PhD dissertation, entitled "Hardware/Software Design of Dynamic Real-Time Schedulers for Embedded Multiprocessor Systems."

The source code is available in the SVN repository: https://sourceforge.net/p/xrt/code/6/tree/trunk/
and consists in two folders:

1) /X-RT : A portable multiprocessor scheduling framework supporting scheduling periodic real-time tasks according to the G-EDF (Global Earliest Deadline First) scheduling platform. Current version supports major POSIX systems (Linux, QNX).

2) Hardware_GEDF_Scheduler: is a hardware implementation in VHDL (targeting FPGAs) of the G-EDF multiprocessor scheduling policy.

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Categories

Hardware, Embedded systems

License

BSD License

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Intended Audience

Science/Research, Advanced End Users

Programming Language

C, VHDL/Verilog

Registered

2012-12-08

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