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Research Field: Adaptive, flexible Real-time Systems

Persons:Gerhard Fohler, Ramon Serna Oliver, Raphael Guerra, Alexander Neundorf, Florian Heilmann
Institutes:NXP Semiconductors, Universidad de Cantabria, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University of York, Scuola Superiore Sant 'Anna, Evidence, Rapita Systems, Philips Research, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Technical University of Denmark, Lunds Tekniska Högskola, Ericsson AB, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Related Projects:FRESCOR - Framework for Real-time Embedded System based on COntRacts (EU IST FP6), WASP - Wirelessly Accessible Sensor Populations (EU IST FP6), ACTORS - Adaptivity and ConTrol Of Resources in embedded Systems (EU IST FP7)
Rel. Networks:ARTIST2 - Network of Excellence on Embedded Systems Design


A real-time system is adaptive if it is able to adjust its internal strategies in response to a change in the environment, to keep the system performance at a desired level. In adaptive real-time systems, resource needs of applications are usually highly data dependent and vary over time. In this context, it is more important to obtain systems, which can very well adapt their execution to the changing environment than to apply the too pessimistic hard real-time techniques.

Aiming at meeting worst case demands results in extremely costly over dimensioning of resources. Rather, schemes should aim at provide efficient resource usage and acceptable user perceived quality.

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