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Continuous and multimedia OS support in real-time control applications

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1 Author(s)
J. A. Stankovic ; Dept. of Comput. Sci., Massachusetts Univ., Amherst, MA, USA

Integrating multimedia into real-time control applications requires careful consideration. The impact of the system support needed to meet the soft real-time constraints of multimedia on meeting the hard deadlines of the control application is of paramount concern. We propose that integrated resource models and reflective real-time kernels can provide the basis for the needed solutions. Features such as quality of service and call admission would then span a spectrum of requirements from the soft real-time requirements of multimedia to the hard real-time constraints of the control application. The confluence of multimedia, real-time control and real-time active databases is also discussed

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Hot Topics in Operating Systems, 1995. (HotOS-V), Proceedings., Fifth Workshop on

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4-5 May 1995