Merging Reliability and Timeliness Requirements in Distributed Computer-Controlled Systems
Ref: HURRAY-TR-0105 Publication Date: 6, Mar, 2001
Merging Reliability and Timeliness Requirements in Distributed Computer-Controlled SystemsRef: HURRAY-TR-0105 Publication Date: 6, Mar, 2001
In Distributed Computer-Controlled Systems (DCCS), both real-time and reliability requirements are of major concern. Architectures for DCCS must be designed considering the integration of processing nodes and the underlying communication infrastructure. Such integration must be provided by appropriate software support services. In this paper, an architecture for DCCS is presented, its structure is outlined, and the services provided by the support software are presented. These are considered in order to guarantee the real-time and reliability requirements placed by current and future systems.
9th International Conference on Real-Time Systems (RTS 2001), pp 79-92.
Record Date: 1, Feb, 2001
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