Uso de Tablas de Decisión Adaptativa Extendidas en los Sistemas Operativos Reconfigurables
(Use of Extended Adaptive Decision Tables on Reconfigurable Operating Systems)
Sergio Miguel Martin (firstname.lastname@example.org), Graciela Elisabeth Luca (email@example.com), Nicanor Bias Casas (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Universidad Nacional de La Matanza
This paper appears in: Revista IEEE América Latina
Publication Date: Oct. 2014
Volume: 12, Issue: 7
Throughout the last decades, many reconfigurable operating systems have been developed in order to let users and programmers make decisions upon the configuration of some of the innermost kernel's aspects. These decisions, however, require an advanced level of skill in order to obtain some performance advantage. Furthermore, they can be detrimental to the system's performance if they are not careful taken. Letting the kernel itself do the decision-making upon the implementation of its aspects is a safe and powerful way to manage re-configurability that does not require interaction with the user nor the need of advanced skills to take advantage of. In this article, we propose the usage of Extended Adaptive Decision Tables as a mean for the kernel to achieve the capability of taking intelligent decisions based solely on the users' process creation behavior.
Decision Tables, Operating Systems, Adaptive Device
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