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Thermal management becomes a prominent issue in system design for both server systems and embedded systems. A system could fail if the peak temperature exceeds its thermal constraint. This research studies thermal-constrained scheduling for frame-based real-time tasks on a dynamic voltage/speed scaling system. Our objective is to design speed schedulers for real-time tasks by utilizing dynamic voltage/speed scaling to meet both timing and thermal constraints. Two approaches are proposed: One isdoi:10.1109/rtas.2009.30 dblp:conf/rtas/ChenWT09 fatcat:bvij4wnmabgetc7oaxp3nrneci