A CPU scheduling algorithm for continuous media applications
We provide an overview of a CPU management algorithm called RAP (Rate-based Adjustable Priority Scheduling) that provides predictable service and dynamic QOS control in the presence of varying compute times, arrival and departure of processes, and CPU overloads. A significant feature of RAP includes an application-level QOS manager that implements policies for graceful adaptation in the face of CPU overload.
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