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11/1992 : Real-Time System Development: The Programming Model of MARS

RR Number
11/1992
Conference
IEEE International Symposium on Autonomous Decentralized Systems, Mar./Apr. 1993
Author(s)
Hermann Kopetz, Gerhard Fohler, G�nter Gr�nsteidl, Heinz Kantz, Gustav Pospischil, Johannes Reisinger, Ralf Schlatterbeck, Werner Sch�tz, Alexander Vrchoticky, Ralph Zainlinger
Abstract
The systematic development of fault-tolerant realtime systems with guaranteed timeliness requires an appropriate system architecture and a rigorous design methodology. The first part of this paper describes those services of the architecture that help to simplify the work of the real-time programmer, taking MARS as an example. The second part deals with the "programming in the large" activities, i.e., the systematic derivation of task timing parameters from the requirements specification. The following core section of the paper focuses on "programming to meet a time budget" and presents the programming interface, the programming environment, and the testing and support tools. The architecture and most of the presented tools have been implemented and can be demonstrated on a faulttolerant prototype application.
Bibtex
@inproceedings{Kopetz:ISADS1993,
  author =       "Hermann Kopetz and Gerhard Fohler and G{\"u}nter Gr{\"u}nsteidl and Heinz Kantz and Gustav Pospischil and Peter Puschner and Johannes Reisinger and Ralf Schlatterbeck and Werner Sch{\"u}tz and Alexander Vrchoticky and Ralph Zainlinger",
  title =        "Real-Time System Development: The Programming Model of MARS",
  booktitle =      "Proc. IEEE International Symposium on Autonomous Decentralized Systems",
  year =         "1993",
  month =        "Apr.",
  pages =     "190-199"
}
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