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Shared-memory networks: description, history, and application in real-time systems

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1 Author(s)
G. J. Valentino ; SYSTRAN Corp., Dayton, OH, USA

Real-time systems, such as test instrumentation, hardware and person in-the-loop simulators, virtual reality environments, aircraft avionics suites, and process control systems have evolved significantly during the last few years, keeping pace with new technologies and attempting to provide the required speed and bandwidth interconnectivity between the various sensors, processors, and other nodes which comprise these systems. To support such applications, shared-memory network (SMN) technology provides an attractive alternative to the more conventional approach which utilizes single or multiple CPU's contained within the same chassis. This presentation describes the history, technology, current trends, and selected applications of shared memory networks in real-time simulation, testing, and computational applications

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Electrical and Computer Engineering, 1993. Canadian Conference on

Date of Conference:

14-17 Sep 1993