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Eighth IEEE International Symposium on Object-Oriented Real-Time Distributed Computing (ISORC'05)
Two Alternative RMI Models for Real-Time Distributed Applications
Seattle, Washington
May 18-May 20
ISBN: 0-7695-2356-0
Daniel Tejera, Universidad Polit?cnica de Madrid, Spain
Ruth Tolosa, Universidad Polit?cnica de Madrid, Spain
Miguel A. de Miguel, Universidad Polit?cnica de Madrid, Spain
Alejandro Alonso, Universidad Polit?cnica de Madrid, Spain
Java's popularity, facilities and platform independence have made it an interesting language for the real time community. The RTSJ (Real-Time Specification for Java) is a Java extension to allow the development of real-time systems. RTSJ does not supply any support for the development of real-time distributed systems. The goal of this work is to define support for this type of systems, based on RMI (Remote Method Invocation). However, the high diversity of real-time systems implies that there is not a single RTRMI definition that satisfies their requirements. This article presents the basics of two real-time RMI approaches: safety critical RMI, to support hard realtime and high integrity requirements, and Quality of Service RMI for soft real-time systems, which is based on resource reservation to provide some minimal required quality.
Citation:
Daniel Tejera, Ruth Tolosa, Miguel A. de Miguel, Alejandro Alonso, "Two Alternative RMI Models for Real-Time Distributed Applications," isorc, pp.390-397, Eighth IEEE International Symposium on Object-Oriented Real-Time Distributed Computing (ISORC'05), 2005
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