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Embedded real-time objects: when Java meets CORBA in embedded real-time systems

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2 Author(s)
Gien, M. ; Chorus Syst. Inc., USA ; Tombroff, M.

The paper considers the use of software components and the support of C++ and Java languages. It discusses how objects can be re-used, upgraded and support legacy code. It considers the paradigm shift from client-server to distributed services and the use of CORBA (Common Object Request Broker Architecture) and IDL (Interface Definition Language). Distributed embedded systems are reviewed, including multi-tier architectures and embedded objects

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Wescon/97. Conference Proceedings

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4-6 Nov 1997