Real Time Programming 1998 (WRTP '98): A Proceedings Volume from the 23rd IFAC/IFIP Workshop, Shantou, Guangdong Province, P.R. China, 23-25 June 1998
Liangchi Zhang, A. H. Frigeri, Wolfgang A. Halang
Pergamon for International Federation of Automatic Control, 1998 - Computers - 169 pages
With its tradition of more than three decades, the IFAC/IFIP Workshop on Real Time Programming (WRTP) has become an excellent forum for exchanging information on recent technological advances and practices in real time computing, a field that is becoming an essential enabling discipline of both control engineering, and computer science and engineering. As there is an accelerated growth of demands for the functionality and dependability of real time systems, our intellectual and engineering abilities are being challenged to come up with practical solutions to the problems faced in the design and development of complex real time systems.
The Workshop on Real Time Programming provides an opportunity to assess the state of the art, to present new results, and to discuss possible lines of future developments. Primarily, it focuses on software development for real time systems and real time operating systems.
This 1998 Workshop covered the latest research and developments in real time communication and formal specification, operating systems and performance analysis, scheduling, use of neural networks in real time systems, embedded systems, and programming methodologies.
Contributions came from Europe, North America, Australia, and the Far East. In addition to these high quality technical papers, the programme also featured three world-renowned keynote speakers.
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