Real-Time Systems

Motion-sensitive video algorithms - MPEG (de)coding, but also temporal scaling, and (de)interlacing - may have highly varying loads with strict timing requirements: tight jitter requirements on input (broadcast) as well as output (screen), and low latencies because of separate audio processing (home theater), interactivity, and memory constraints. Adaptive real-time resource management allows to achieve a high utilization of the system resources in order to enhance the overall system performance. Also, it distributes and allocates system resources according to the application requirements.

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