Real-Time Systems Engineering and Applications

Real-Time Systems Engineering and Applications : Engineering and Applications

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Real-Time Systems Engineering and Applications is a well-structured collection of chapters pertaining to present and future developments in real-time systems engineering. After an overview of real-time processing, theoretical foundations are presented. The book then introduces useful modeling concepts and tools. This is followed by concentration on the more practical aspects of real-time engineering with a thorough overview of the present state of the art, both in hardware and software, including related concepts in robotics. Examples are given of novel real-time applications which illustrate the present state of the art. The book concludes with a focus on future developments, giving direction for new research activities and an educational curriculum covering the subject.
This book can be used as a source for academic and industrial researchers as well as a textbook for computing and engineering courses covering the topic of real-time systems engineering.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 444 pages
  • 155 x 235 x 25.4mm | 1,820g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • 1992 ed.
  • XIII, 444 p.
  • 0792391969
  • 9780792391968

Table of contents

Foreword. I: Introduction. 1. The Origins of Real-Time Processing; M. Schiebe. II: Theoretical Foundations. 2. The Concept of Time in the Specification of Real-Time Systems; B. Hoogeboom, W.A. Halang. 3. Language-Independent Schedulability Analysis of Real-Time Programs; A.D. Stoyenko. III: Models and Tools 4. Which Theory Matches Automation Engineering? Petri-Nets as a Formal Basis; E. Schnieder. 5. Requirements Engineering for Real-Time and Embedded Systems; P. Hruschka. IV: Practical Considerations. 6. Real-Time Programming Languages; W.A. Halang, K.-O. Mangold. 7. Comparison of Synchronization Concepts of Ada, Concurrent C and PEARL; K.-F. Gebhardt. 8. Real-Time Database Systems; H. Windauer. 9. Microprocessor Architectures: A Basis for Real-Time Systems; T. Bemmerl. 10. Buses in Real-Time Environments; F. Demmelmeier. 11. Distributed Systems for Real-Time Applications Using Manufacturing Automation as an Example; H. Rzehak. 12. Robot Programming; K. Fischer, B. Glavina, E. Hagg, G. Schrott, J. Schweiger, H.-J. Siegert. V: Examples for Applications. 13. Real-Time Data Processing of the Sensory Data of Multi-Fingered Dextrous Hand; A. Knoll. 14. Fly-By-Wire Systems for Military High Performance Aircraft; D. Langer, J. Rauch, M. Roessler. VI: Future Developments. 15. Artificial Intelligence Techniques in Real-Time Processing; K. Kratzer. 16. Recommendations for a Real-Time Systems Curriculum; W.A. Halang. Glossary. Index.
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