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Performance evaluation by CTRON kernel benchmark

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A layered software structure (platform) is a means of improving portability and maintainability of software in information processing and switching systems. The authors have proposed a CTRON benchmark program for evaluating the performance of various platforms. They examined the following aspects, based on the results of platform evaluations using the CTRON benchmark program: methods for normalizing hardware performance, performance differences depending on OS implementation, performance comparison between CTRON-specification systems, and other realtime operating systems

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TRON Project International Symposium. 1993., The 10th

Date of Conference:

1-2 Dec 1993