RTSIM stands for (Real-Time system SIMulator). It is a collection of programming libraries written in C++ for simulating real-time control systems. RTSim has been developed at Retis Lab of the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna as an internal project. It has been used primarily for experimenting with new scheduling algorithms and solutions. For this reasons, it contains, already implemented, most of the scheduling algorithms developed at Retis Lab. We now decided to release this software as open source, to let other researcher in the world to play with the simulator. The dream is to have a common simulation platform for comparing the performance of new scheduling algorithms. RTSim is currently compatible with many systems, including several distros of Linux, recent FreeBSD, Mac OS X and Cygwin. In addition, the software has been tested with all major releases of GCC, from 2.96 to 4.0.1. Under Windows, the software can also be built using MinGW32.
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- Valente, Paolo: Using a lag-balance property to tighten tardiness bounds for global EDF (2016)
- Pellizzoni, Rodolfo; Caccamo, Marco: M-CASH: A real-time resource reclaiming algorithm for multiprocessor platforms (2008)