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Timing Constraints Validation Using Uppaal

Schedulability Analysis
  • Hongyan Sun
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Part of the IFIP — The International Federation for Information Processing book series (IFIPAICT, volume 61)

Abstract

This paper presents an approach that formally models real-time tasks and scheduling strategies in terms of timed-automata, and then formalizes timing constraints of tasks into reachability properties, which, thus, can be validated by using model checking tool Uppaal. This approach is detailed through two pre-emptive priority-driven scheduling strategies: rate monotonic priority assignment and priority ceiling protocol.

Keywords

Model Check Schedule Strategy Task Model Critical Section Schedulability Analysis 
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  • Hongyan Sun

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