Part of the book: Real-Time Systems, Architecture, Scheduling, and Application
In literature, several hierarchical scheduling frameworks (HSFs) have been proposed for enabling resource sharing between components on a uni-processor system. Each HSF comes with its own set of composition rules which take into account a specific synchronization protocol for arbitrating access to resources. However, the inventors of these synchronization protocols have also chosen to describe these composition rules with the help of protocol-specific component interfaces. This creates unnecessary framework dependencies on components.
Part of the book: Real-time Systems