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Distributed, embedded and real-time Java systems by M. Teresa Higuera-Toledano, Andy J. Wellings

By M. Teresa Higuera-Toledano, Andy J. Wellings

Research on real-time Java know-how has been prolific over the last decade, resulting in various corresponding and software program ideas, and frameworks for disbursed and embedded real-time Java platforms. This ebook is aimed essentially at researchers in real-time embedded platforms, really those that desire to comprehend the present state-of-the-art in utilizing Java during this area. a lot of the paintings in real-time disbursed, embedded and real-time Java has involved in the Real-time Specification for Java (RTSJ) because the underlying base know-how, and accordingly a few of the Chapters during this publication deal with matters with, or resolve difficulties utilizing, this framework.

  • Describes cutting edge strategies in: scheduling, reminiscence administration, caliber of carrier and verbal exchange structures helping real-time Java applications;
  • Includes assurance of multiprocessor embedded platforms and parallel programming;
  • Discusses state of the art source administration for embedded structures, together with Java’s real-time rubbish assortment and parallel collectors;
  • Considers help for the execution of Java courses together with how courses can have interaction with useful accelerators;
  • Includes assurance of defense severe Java for improvement of security serious embedded systems.

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The Java orientation of these services brings in advanced features like system deployment, automated update and avoids remote object memory leaks in distributed real-time systems. However, all these services are sources of unbounded interference and their interaction with the real-time Java virtual machine and runtime libraries must be better specified in order to avoid unwanted or unpredictable delay. This indeterminism has induced many researchers to avoid or forbid their use in specific environments like high-integrity applications.

In addition, RT-RMI may be a requirement in the development of these technologies. For each technology, the rest of this section outlines its goals and the role played by distributed real-time Java in meeting them. 1 RT-OSGi The first candidate is RT-OSGi [180] (real-time open services gateway initiative). OSGi offers life cycle management to deploy, start, stop and undeploy bundles automatically at runtime. These bundles may have interactions with local and remote entities. The real-time prefix should control local resources by assuming an underlying RTSJ framework and using DRTSJ in remote communications as required.

Acknowledgements This work was supported in part by the iLAND Project (100026) of Call 1 of EU ARTEMIS JU and also in part by ARTISTDesign NoE (IST-2007-214373) of the EU 7th FP programme. es) for her comments on a previous draft of this chapter. Chapter 3 Handling Non-Periodic Events in Real-Time Java Systems Damien Masson and Serge Midonnet Abstract Most real-time systems consist of a mixture of hard and soft real-time components. Hard real-time tasks are typically periodic, whereas soft real-time tasks are usually non-periodic.

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