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ABSTRACT
Component-based software is becoming an increasingly popular technology as a means for creating complex software systems by assembling off-the-shelf building blocks. However, many of the component-based methodologies that use large components fail to address issues of size, real-time performance, power, and cost, as well as problems associated with the configuration process itself. These issues are critical for using components in embedded systems.
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Michael Marley, L. Fernando Friedrich, Marty Humphrey, John Stankovic, John Haskins, "A Survey of Configurable, Component-Based Operating Systems for Embedded Applications", IEEE Micro, vol. 21, no. , pp. 54-68, May/June 2001, doi:10.1109/40.928765
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