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Light Reading: Optimizing Reader/Writer Locking for Read-Dominant Real-Time Workloads
This paper is directed at reader/writer locking for read-dominant real-time workloads. It is shown that state-of-the-art real-time reader/writer locking protocols are subject to performance limitations when reads dominate, and that existing schedulability analysis fails to leverage the sparsity of writes in this case. A new reader/writer locking-protocol implementation and new inflation-free schedulability analysis are proposed to address these problems. Overhead evaluations of the newdoi:10.4230/lipics.ecrts.2021.6 fatcat:z4qu2iicujctzceawktcdwfvim