An Introduction to Real Time Systems: From Design to Multitasking with C/C++ (United States ed)
By: Donald L. Bailey (author), R.J.A. Buhr (author)Paperback
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Appropriate for a first course in Real-Time System Design and Programming for junior/senior-level courses in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering. This text introduces the nature of real-time, concurrent, distributed systems, presenting a specific set of techniques for designing and implementing such systems. It develops a "systems way of thinking" about software that is intended to serve readers throughout their careers.
1. A Systems View of Real-Time Software. 2. Programming with the Tempo Kernel: Concurrent Processes. 3. Programming with the Tempo Kernel: Processing Real-Time Events. 4. Programming with the Tempo Kernel: Advanced IPC. 5. Basic Design Notations. 6. Design Case Study: Message Transfer Utility (MTU). 7. Design Case Study: Refining the MTU. 8. Implementation Case Study: Programming the MTU. 9. Structurally Dynamic Systems. 10. A Look Inside the Tempo Kernel. 11. Perspectives on Issues. Appendix A: Tempo Reference Manual. Appendix B: Collaboration Graph Reference Manual. Appendix C: Programming Interrupt Controllers and UARTs. Appendix D: Reading List and Bibliography. Index.
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