Object-oriented Technology for Real-time Systems: A Practical Approach Using OMT and Fusion
This book presents the OCTOPUS method, providing a systematic and effective approach for developing object-oriented software for embedded real-time systems. The method is based on the popular OMT and Fusion methods, but also embodies common practice found in real-time systems. It applies proven object-oriented techniques, while matching the specific needs of real-time systems, such as concurrency, synchronization, communication, handling of interrupts, hardware interfaces and end-to-end response times.
The method defines an incremental development process with well integrated phases and clearly linked components, covering requirements specification, system architecture and subsystem analysis/design. The book includes transition from design to implementation and features process priorities and timing analysis. Two extensive case studies demonstrate this in practice.
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Overview of the OCTOPUS Method
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