TGFF

TGFF: task graphs for free. Task Graphs For Free (TGFF) was designed to provide a flexible and standard way of generating pseudo-random task-graphs for use in scheduling and allocation research. This includes the areas of embedded systems, hardware/software co-design, operating systems (both real-time and general-purpose), parallel or distributed hardware or software studies, flow-shop scheduling, as well as any other area which requires problem instances consisting of partially-ordered or directed acyclic graphs (DAGs) of tasks, i.e., task-graphs. While TGFF strives to be general-purpose, it generates graphs and associated resource parameters in accordance with the user’s parameterized graph and database specifications and thereby allows the generation of graphs tailored to particular domains. ...


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