[Defense] Resource Partitioning in Real-Time Virtualized Systems: Optimization, Implementation, and Application
Friday, April 30, 2021
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
will defend his proposal
Resource Partitioning in Real-Time Virtualized Systems: Optimization, Implementation, and Application
While the virtualization technique is increasingly popular, more critical systems that require real-time performance guarantees are also deployed on virtualized systems. To satisfy the real-time requirements, the Hierarchical Real-Time Scheduling (HiRTS) framework is proposed and it divides the scheduling problem into task-level scheduling and resource- level scheduling. Accordingly, the Regularity-based Resource Partition- ing (RRP) model defines a resource interface that communicates the task level and the resource level. While the RRP model has been popular in academic fields these years, there are few discussions regarding the implementation and application of the RRP model in realistic scenarios.
Thus, this proposal proposes 5 project tasks that enable the industrial usage of the RRP model. In short, the 5 projects include 3 aspects: (1) optimization of the current theoretical works on the RRP model with the realistic application scenarios considered; (2) implementation of the RRP model for general usage; (3) a sample application scenarios that can potentially utilize the RRP model in traffic routing.
3:00PM - 4:00PM CT
Online via MS Teams
Dr. Albert M.K. Cheng, dissertation advisor
Faculty, students and the general public are invited.