Fourth IEEE Real-Time Technology and Applications Symposium: Proceedings, Denver, Colorado, June 3-5, 1998
IEEE Computer Society. Technical Committee on Real-Time Systems
IEEE Computer Society Press, 1998 - Computers - 237 pages
This volume addresses topics including: scheduling; communication; methodologies and architectures; operating systems and middleware; quality of service; specification and verification; database and information systems; and experiences and case studies.
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Bounding Loop Iterations for Timing Analysis
RealTime Performance Guarantees over WiredWireless LANs
Fully Distributed Wireless MAC Transmission of RealTime Data
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adaptation allocation analysis analyzer approach architecture ASchModule bandwidth base station BeeHive behavior block bound cache channel client cogency monitor Computer connection constraints CORBA cycle database deadline delay edge Ethernet evaluation execution rate fault fault tolerance Figure function G-processors hard real-time hardware IEEE implementation inner loop input queue interface interrupt interval iteration branch kernel latency Linux loop iterations maximum memory method mobile module multicast node non-real-time number of iterations number of loop object on-line scheduling optimal overhead overload packet parameters performance guarantee period POSIX priority priority inversion processing graph processor protocol QoS level real-time applications real-time sessions real-time systems request reservation resource router RSVP scheduling algorithm Section server simulation slot soft real-time specification synchronization task model thread timer tion token traffic transaction transmission uniprocessor update variable VxWorks WCET Windows NT worst-case