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Middleware for distributed industrial real-time systems on ATM networks

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3 Author(s)
Mizunuma, I. ; Ind. Electron. & Syst. Lab., Mitsubishi Electr. Corp., Hyogo, Japan ; Shen, C. ; Takegaki, M.

We address the problem of middleware design for constructing ATM LAN based distributed industrial plant monitoring and control systems. In particular, we present a real-time client-server programming model based on a uniform ATM network. This model is being realized in our middleware called MidART. The middleware provides a set of industrial application specific but network transparent programming abstractions and application programming interface (API) that support individual application QoS requirements. In order to achieve on-demand transmission of plant data, we have developed a concept called selective real-time channels to be supported by MidART. We present the design and protocols of selective real-time channels and describe how QoS requirements of applications are guaranteed

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Real-Time Systems Symposium, 1996., 17th IEEE

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4-6 Dec 1996