Priority Trainer For Many Core Processing System

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A method of a priority trainer of a many core processing system comprising a plurality of cores is disclosed. The many core processing system is configured to execute one or more computer jobs, and wherein the priority trainer comprises a controller, the method comprising:

    receiving (201), from a slack meter, a set of probes comprising a worst case probe, wherein each of the probes indicates a respective system slack of the many core processing system, wherein the worst case probe indicates a least system slack among the set of probes, and wherein the system slack is indicative of available system idle time;adding (202) a synthetic variable load to the beginning of each of the one or more computer jobs to be executed by the many core processing system, wherein the synthetic variable load indicates a time delay of the execution of the one or more computer jobs;placing (203) the worst case probe in at least one location within each of the one or more computer jobs for measuring a real time slack of the one or more computer jobs during a current measurement cycle;determining (205) a priority for each of the one or more computer jobs based on the measured real time slack and the least system slack; andranking (206) the one or more computer jobs in a priority list based on the determined priorities.To be published with FIG. 2.

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Åberg, Patrik Södra Sandby, SE 2 3
Templing, Magnus Lund, SE 2 1

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