7/1990 : Real-Time Simulation in the Distributed Real-Time System MARS
European Simulation Multiconference 1990, June 1990, Erlangen, BRD, Germany
This paper explores the problems of using a real-time environment simulator
for testing real-time systems. An overview of real-time systems and of
real-time simulation is given first. Then it is shown how real-time simulation
has to be defined in order to be consistent with our view of real-time systems.
Within the context of our distributed real-time system MARS (MAintainable Real-time System)
these concepts are finally applied. A technique to construct
real-time environment simulators is developed, and a test bed architecture is
described that permits the use of this simulator for driving test runs of a
MARS system. This technique is specifically tailored to allow easy integration
with the existing MARS Design Methodology and Design System.
author = "Werner Schütz",
title = "Real-Time Simulation in the Distributed Real-Time System MARS",
journal = "European Simulation Multiconference 1990, June 1990, Erlangen, BRD, Germany",
year = "1990",
month = "Jun."
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