Impact in the Parallel Processing of IHM-Plasma Using the Earliest-Deadline-First Algorithm for the Task-Scheduler Realized by Hardware
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DANTA, L. P.
DANTA, L. P.
Journal of Integrated Circuits and Systems
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KRAUSE, I.; KRAUSE, I.; GIMENEZ, S. Impact in the Parallel Processing of IHM-Plasma Using the Earliest-Deadline-First Algorithm for the Task-Scheduler Realized by Hardware. Journal of Integrated Circuits and Systems, v. 18, n. 1, mayo, 2023.
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© 2023, Brazilian Microelectronics Society. All rights reserved.This work studies the impact in the parallel processing of the Interlocked-Hardware-Microkernel (IHM) Plasma microprocessor (IHM-Plasma) by implementing the Earliest-Deadline-First (EDF) algorithm by hardware in the task-scheduler block that belongs to those task-based operational systems, such as that related to the real-time operational systems (RTOS). IHM-Plasma presents Reduced Instruction Set Computer (RISC) architecture. Results show that the EDF algorithm running in IHM-Plasma's hardware has increased the number of tasks executed per second by up to 174% compared to the same algorithm running in software. The developed work has great potential use in Hard Real-Time Systems and others where a rigid control of deadlines is essential and hold many tasks.