This work was supported part by DARPA/ITO under the Information Technology Expeditions, Ubiquitous Computing, Quorum, and PCE5 programs, NSF grants ECS-998843 and CCR-9966440 and EIA-0130334, and by Intel.
Decision and Control, 2003. Proceedings. 42nd IEEE Conference on
Multimedia systems, Application software -- Development, Computers -- Access control
In this paper we design a proportional-period optimal controller for allocating CPU to real rate multimedia applications on a general-purpose computer system. We model this computer system problem in to state space form. We design a controller based on dynamic optimization LQR tracking techniques to minimize short term and long term time deviation from the current time stamp and also CPU usage. Preliminary results on an experimental set up are encouraging.
Vahia, Varin; Goel, Ashvin; Steere, David; Walpole, Jonathan; and Shor, Molly H., "Using Dynamic Optimization for Control of Real Rate CPU Resource Management Applications" (2003). Computer Science Faculty Publications and Presentations. 85.
Author's version of a paper presented at the 42nd IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC2003), Hawaii, December 9-12, 2003, and included in its proceedings.
Version of record DOI: 10.1109/CDC.2003.1272414, available at ieeexplore.ieee.org. © Copyright 2003 IEEE