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Object-oriented real-time systems: concepts and examples

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2 Author(s)
Bihari, T.E. ; Adaptive Machine Technol., Columbus, OH, USA ; Gopinath, Prabha

The problems associated with developing real-time software systems, including ensuring predictable real-time behavior under both normal and abnormal operating conditions, are outlined. The management of temporal complexity, structuring of dynamic real-time applications, object-oriented models, object-oriented real-time languages, and the requirements for real-time object-oriented models are discussed. Chaos, an object-based language and programming/execution paradigm designed for dynamic real-time applications, is described.<>

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Computer  (Volume:25 ,  Issue: 12 )