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An adaptive model for programming distributed real-time applications in CORBA

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3 Author(s)
Montez, C. ; Dept. de Automacio Sistemas, Unv. Fed. de Santa Catarina, Florianopolis, Brazil ; de Oliveira, R.S. ; Fraga, J.

CORBA is a middleware with open standardization that is receiving plenty of acceptance for facilitating the distributed objects programming. CORBA is being extended through the specification of interfaces and necessary abstractions for supporting applications with real-time constraints. The use of CORBA in the contemporary real-time systems is adequate to meet the new requirements of flexibility and cost reduction in these systems. The new abstractions included in the CORBA specifications will enable a variety of programming models for real-time applications. The paper presents an adaptive programming model for distributed real-time applications using CORBA concepts

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Computer Science, 1998. SCCC '98. XVIII International Conference of the Chilean Society of

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9-14 Nov 1998