ADA in Distributed Real-time Systems
Real-time programming languages are essential to hi-tech defence applications, air control, and spacecraft operations. This book explains the concept and characteristics of real-time systems, the software support required for distributed systems and distributed databases, and a design methodology for distributed Ada programs. It analyzes Ada programming language features, describes the Ada distributed environment, and explains the design approach using case studies.
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DISTRIBUTED SYSTEM CONCEPTS
Distributed RealTime Systems
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abstraction accept Ada tasks application approach architecture associated Axis Block buffer Chapter client Command communication compiler complete concurrent connected consists constructs contains Coordinates coupled created database Definitions dependent described detection determine devices Display distributed systems elements entry calls environment example exception execution fault tolerance functions given global Handler handling hardware implemented important input instructions interfaces interrupt language layer load machine Manager mapping mechanism memory message passing modules Motion multiple objects operations output package panel parallel performance physical nodes port priority problem procedure processors Radar real-time systems received remote rendezvous represent result robot run-time support selection sends Sensor separate server shared shown in Figure signal single solution specification standard statement structure synchronization task body tion track unit various virtual nodes