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Construction of CORBA based object group platform for distributed real-time services

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Chang-Sun Shin ; Dept. of Comput. Eng., Won-Kwang Univ., South Korea ; Myung-Hee Kim ; Young-Sik Jecing ; Sung-Kook Han
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The distributed real-time services are developing as a new programming paradigm of the distributed object computing systems. For supporting these services, we construct a new model of a real-time object group (RTOG) platform that can manage and group distributed objects for reducing their complicated managements and interfaces, and add distributed real-time requirements to real-time objects without modifying the ORB itself To construct our RTOG platform, we designed the RTOG structure, defined the timing constraints of real-time objects, and explained the functional definitions and interconnections of the components from the following viewpoints: object managements and real-time services. As results, we showed the real-time executing procedures and verified our findings by using an EDF mechanism to see whether real-time services can be applied to our platform

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Object-Oriented Real-Time Dependable Systems, 2002. (WORDS 2002). Proceedings of the Seventh International Workshop on

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