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Issues in Building Dynamic Real-Time Systems
September/October 1992 (vol. 9 no. 5)
pp. 16-21

The issues involved in building dynamic, hard real-time systems, in which resource availability and requirements are not fixed, are discussed. It is shown that the problem of ensuring timing correctness in dynamic real-time systems has three aspects: resource requirements, resource availability, and guarantees. These issues overlap, and a single mechanism or technique may address several issues. The R-Shell, an object-oriented framework that structures resources in a class hierarchy so that they can be selected or substituted dynamically is described.

Index Terms:
dynamic real-time systems; timing correctness; resource requirements; resource; guarantees; R-Shell; object-oriented framework; class hierarchy; object-oriented methods; object-oriented programming; operating systems (computers); real-time systems; resource allocation
Citation:
Swaminathan Natarajan, Wei Zhao, "Issues in Building Dynamic Real-Time Systems," IEEE Software, vol. 9, no. 5, pp. 16-21, Sept.-Oct. 1992, doi:10.1109/52.156893
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