With emphasis on flexible resource management in networked and embedded real-time control systems operating in dynamic environments with uncertainty, Control and Scheduling Codesign is devoted to the integration of control with computing and communication. It covers the authors' recent and original research results within a unified framework of feedback scheduling. New approaches with respect to CPU scheduling, energy management, and network bandwidth allocation promote the developments in the area of control and scheduling codesign. The book also contains rich examples, case studies, and extensive references to the literature. It is a useful reference for researchers, practitioners, and graduate students in systems, control, computer, and communication engineering. The audience will appreciate the multidisciplinary codesign framework and methods that explore the interplay between control and scheduling, as well as new insights into research and development in networked and embedded systems.