Preemptive Scheduler Add Support For Preemptive Scheduling And Synchronization To The Kernel

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1. Introduction (1 or 2 paragraphs)

 Motivation Sentence 

Summarize the problem (1 or 2 sentences)

 Summarize the solution (1 or 2 sentences)

 Describe format of rest of proposal (sections, etc.) 

2. Motivation (1 to 3 paragraphs) 

What is the history of the problem? 

Why is this problem interesting? 

When and why does the problem occur? 

Is the problem already solved? What is done now? 

Are there any similar systems or solutions to the one you propose? If so, reference and very briefly explain them. 

Are there are possible improvements to current solutions? 

3. Project Summary (1 paragraph) 

What in general will this project achieve? (Do not delve into details or timelines.)

 4. Project Details 

Architecture and Environment (2-3 paragraphs + figures)

 Describe the project environment (software, hardware, languages, organizations, etc.) 

Diagrams and figures are useful here if appropriate. 

What software, hardware, or tools will you use? 

Implementation Issues and Challenges (2-3 paragraphs) 

What will be the most difficult issues and challenges in the implementation? 

How are you using or extending current tools/systems for your problem? 

What makes your project unique? 

Deliverables (3-5 paragraphs – point-form may be used for some of the description) 

What will the project produce? (program, report, etc.) 

Describe in relative detail the features of each of the project’s products. 

You may wish to separate deliverables into phases and indicate optional components given time. 

Emphasize what your project contributes or achieves! 

Timeline (1 paragraph – point-form is suitable) Provide an estimated timeline of project deliverables and important dates. 

5. Conclusion (1 paragraph) 

Summarize the project including the problem, motivation, and proposed solution, and re-state important (planned) contributions.

6. References

 List references used to compile proposal and references that will be used for project (if already known).