Hard Real-Time Systems: Construction

Authored by: Kim R. Fowler

Encyclopedia of Software Engineering

Print publication date:  November  2010
Online publication date:  November  2010

Print ISBN: 9781420059779
eBook ISBN: 9781351249270
Adobe ISBN:

10.1081/E-ESE-120044153

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Abstract

Hard real-time systems are pervasive. They must meet processing deadlines, they tend to be hidden from view and most people's awareness, and they are dependable. The architecture for hard real-time systems focuses primarily on data flow and task control but the architecture directly affects manufacturability, power, cooling, electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), packaging, and security. Most hard real-time systems are in mission-critical or safety-critical applications that require rigorous development in design, test, integration, and technical support.

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