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Real-time issues in the design of the Data Management System for the Space Station Freedom

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6 Author(s)
S. Davari ; Dept. of Comput. Sci., Houston Univ., Clear Lake, TX, USA ; T. F. Leibfried ; S. Natarajan ; D. Pruett
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Space Station Freedom (SSF) faces several challenges which are unique in the NASA history of manned and unmanned spacecraft systems. The challenges include a 30 year life, and evolution in capability of the station as a science platform and potentially a transportation node for manned missions to the solar system. The Data Management System (DMS) is a key element of SSF. DMS is the computational infrastructure of SSF, responsible for integrating information onboard into a cooperative whole. Its primary role is to provide integrated data processing and communication services for both the core function and the payloads. The authors focus on some real-time issues in the design of DMS

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Real-Time Applications, 1993., Proceedings of the IEEE Workshop on

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13-14 May 1993