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Procrastination scheduling has gained importance for energy efficiency due to the rapid increase in the leakage power consumption. Under procrastination scheduling, task executions are delayed to extend processor shutdown intervals, thereby reducing the idle energy consumption. We propose algorithms to compute the maximum procrastination intervals for tasks scheduled by either the fixed priority or the dual priority scheduling policy. We show that dual priority scheduling always guaranteesdoi:10.1145/998300.997173 fatcat:dylzghxpxvevddkgzov2t4imwm