Proceedings of the 11th TRON Project International Symposium: December 7-10, 1994, Tokyo, Japan
IEEE Computer Society Press, 1994 - Computers - 174 pages
Proceedings of the December 1994 symposium on The Real-time Operating system Nucleus (TRON) project, aimed at creating an ideal computer architecture. Topics include real-time and portability features in CTRON, human interface for embedded computers, fault-tolerant systems, and 32-bit microprocessors for embedded systems and efficient testable designs. Includes an overview of the project. No index. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR.
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