A Review of Two-way Approach to Improve Continuous Responsiveness Provisioning in a Real-Time System


  • OYEKANMI, E. O. Achievers University, Owo, Ondo State, Nigeria


Responsiveness, Real-Time System, Job Scheduling, Admission Control, WebServer


A Real-Time (RT) system involves a continual input, process and output of data. This continual operation at a
peak level of a server may cause many missed deadlines due to low responsiveness of server in such a real-time
system. Continuous responsiveness of an application system means that the system can provide a good quality of
service (QoS) and that there is little or no delay in the delivery which can adversely affect the user’s experience.
In this paper, two distinct webservers’ responsiveness were reviewed and two-ways approach namely: job
scheduling and admission control were suggested to improve the responsiveness of the underlying hardware used
by servers at a peak level.