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# High-Level Results about Earliest-Deadline First (EDF) Scheduling
This folder collects the main theorems in Prosa about EDF-scheduled systems. There are currently the following results available.
## EDF Optimality
As a case study, Prosa includes the proof that EDF is optimal w.r.t. meeting deadlines on an ideal uniprocessor.
**EDF optimality** on ideal uniprocessors: [optimality.v](optimality.v).
## Response-Time Bounds
On the more practical side, Prosa includes several **response-time bounds** for EDF. The proofs of these RTAs are based on abstract RTA.
The following RTAs all assume ideal uniprocessors and the basic Liu & Layland readiness model (i.e., jobs exhibit neither release jitter nor self-suspensions), but work for arbitrary arrival curves and arbitrary deadlines.
### (1) EDF RTA with Bounded Priority Inversions
The main result in [rta/bounded_pi.v](rta/bounded_pi.v) provides a general response-time bound assuming a bound on priority inversion (for whatever reason) is known.
### (2) EDF RTA with Bounded Non-Preemptive Segments
The main theorem in [rta/bounded_nps.v](rta/bounded_nps.v) provides a refinement of (1) based on the more specific assumption that priority inversions are caused by lower-priority non-preemptive jobs with bounded non-preemptive segment lengths.
### (3) EDF RTA for Fully Preemptive Jobs
The RTA provided in [rta/fully_preemptive.v](rta/fully_preemptive.v) applies (2) to the commonly assumed case of fully preemptive tasks (i.e., the complete absence of non-preemptive segments), which matches the classic Liu & Layland model.
### (4) EDF RTA for Fully Non-Preemptive Jobs
The file [rta/fully_nonpreemptive.v](rta/fully_nonpreemptive.v) provides a refinement of (2) for the case in which each job forms a single non-preemptive segment, i.e., where in-progress jobs execute with run-to-completion semantics and cannot be preempted at all.
### (5) EDF RTA for Floating Non-Preemptive Sections
The file [rta/floating_nonpreemptive.v](rta/floating_nonpreemptive.v) provides an RTA based on (2) for tasks that execute mostly preemptively, but that may also exhibit some non-preemptive segments (of bounded length) at unpredictable times.
### (6) EDF RTA for Limited-Preemptive Tasks
The file [rta/limited_preemptive.v](rta/limited_preemptive.v) provides an RTA based on (2) for tasks that consist of a sequence of non-preemptive segments, separated by fixed preemption points.
# High-Level Results about Fixed-Priority (FP) Scheduling
This folder collects the main theorems in Prosa about FP-scheduled systems. There are currently the following results available.
## Response-Time Bounds
Prosa includes several **response-time bounds** for FP scheduling. The proofs of these RTAs are based on abstract RTA.
### (1) FP RTA with Bounded Priority Inversions
The main result in [rta/bounded_pi.v](rta/bounded_pi.v) provides a general response-time bound assuming a bound on priority inversion (for whatever reason) is known.
### (2) FP RTA with Bounded Non-Preemptive Segments
The main theorem in [rta/bounded_nps.v](rta/bounded_nps.v) provides a refinement of (1) based on the more specific assumption that priority inversions are caused by lower-priority non-preemptive jobs with bounded non-preemptive segment lengths.
### (3) FP RTA for Fully Preemptive Jobs
The RTA provided in [rta/fully_preemptive.v](rta/fully_preemptive.v) applies (2) to the commonly assumed case of fully preemptive tasks (i.e., the complete absence of non-preemptive segments), which matches the classic Liu & Layland model.
### (4) FP RTA for Fully Non-Preemptive Jobs
The file [rta/fully_nonpreemptive.v](rta/fully_nonpreemptive.v) provides a refinement of (2) for the case in which each job forms a single non-preemptive segment, i.e., where in-progress jobs execute with run-to-completion semantics and cannot be preempted at all.
### (5) FP RTA for Floating Non-Preemptive Sections
The file [rta/floating_nonpreemptive.v](rta/floating_nonpreemptive.v) provides an RTA based on (2) for tasks that execute mostly preemptively, but that may also exhibit some non-preemptive segments (of bounded length) at unpredictable times.
### (6) FP RTA for Limited-Preemptive Tasks
The file [rta/limited_preemptive.v](rta/limited_preemptive.v) provides an RTA based on (2) for tasks that consist of a sequence of non-preemptive segments, separated by fixed preemption points.
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