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Bondavalli A., Di Giandomenico F., Mura I. Value-driven resource assignment in object-oriented real-time dependable systems. In: Proceedings of third International Workshop on Object-Oriented Real Time Dependable Systems (Newport Beach, California, 5-7 February 1997). Proceedings, pp. 92 - 99. IEEE, 1997.
This paper deals with object-oriented real-time dependable systems required to achieve the best usage of the resources, even under adverse circumstances as transient overloads or component failures. Various possible tradeoffs among the different application requirements must be considered to allow a flexible management of System resources. On the basis of a simple formulation of the concept of object value in real-time systems we propose a performability metric that represents a suitable measure of system accomplishment level. A planner camponent is defined which is responsible for implementing a valuedriven admission policy that maximises the performability index and hence achieves the optimal utilisation of available System resources. The numerical evaluation of a system organisation taken as an example is performed for different load sets and various redundant execution techniques.
Subject Real-time dependable systems

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