TRON project 1990: open-architecture computer systems : proceedings of the Seventh TRON Project Symposium, Volume 7, Part 1990

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Ken Sakamura
Springer-Verlag, 1990 - Computers - 436 pages
The TRON (The Realtime Operating System Nucleus) Project is a new computer architecture that has been proposed for the creation of a new computer society. In the 1990s, it is expected that the age of one computer per person will come about. The TRON Architecture takes into account how to handle the relations between computers and people, and between computers and computers in that age. The proceedings of the Seventh TRON Symposium presented here cover all aspects of the TRON Project. ITRON (Industrial-TRON) for embedded computer systems, BTRON (Business-TRON) for workstations, CTRON (Central-TRON) for large file and communication servers, and CHIP (TRONVLSI microprocessor architecture) are described.

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Contents

Programmable Interface Design in HFDS
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Considerations of the Performance of a RealTime
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Dynamic Stepwise Task Scheduling Algorithm
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