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Editors: Welch, Lonnie R. ; Hammer, Dieter K.
Book Description:
The chapters contained in this book are selected papers relevant to control systems that are distributed or parallel.
Many difficulties confront those who must engineer the emerging generation of real-time computing systems. Such systems have rigorous Quality of Service (QoS) objectives. They must behave in a dependable manner, must respond to threats in a timely fashion and must provide continuous availability, even within hazardous environments. Furthermore, resources should be utilized in an efficient manner, and scalability must be provided to address the ever-increasing complexity of scenarios that confront such systems. The difficulties in engineering such systems arise from several phenomena, one of the most difficult being the dynamic environments in which they must function. Unfortunately, the classical paradigms for engineering real-time systems do not address this phenomenon. New paradigms, techniques and tools are needed!

Table of Contents:
Guest Editors Introduction (Lonnie R. Welch and Dieter K. Hammer); Use Cases for Distributed Real-Time Software Architectures (H. Gomaa); Formal Design of Real-Time Systems in a Platform-Independent Way (J. Hooman and O. van Roosmalen); Automatic Effective Verification Method for Distributed and Concurrent Systems Using Timed Language Inclusion (S. Yamane); Integrating Timed Condition/Event Systems and Timed Automata for the Verification of Hybrid Systems (R. Huuck, Y. Lakhnech, B. Lukoschus, L. Urbina, S. Engell, S. Kowalewski and J. Preubig); Automatic Derivation of Path and Loop Annotations (J. Gustafsson and A. Ermedahl); Integrated Scheduling of Tasks and Messages in Distributed Real-time Systems (G. Manimaran, Shashidhar Merugu., Anand Manikutty and C. Siva Ram Murthy); Real-Time Scheduling in Video Systems (E.A. de Kock, E.H.L. Aarts and G. Essink); A Real-Time Java Server for Real-Time Mach (A. Miyoshi and H. Tokuda); Index

   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2001
   ISBN: 1-59033-102-8
  
  
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