Ichiro Mizunuma

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Unique challenges are present when one tries to build distributed r eal-time applications using standard oo-the-shelf systems which are i n c ommon use but are not necessarily designed speciically for real-time systems. In particular, to realize end-to-end predictability when, say, a process on one node sends data to a process on another node, several(More)
In this paper, we propose and present Real-Time Channel-based Reflective Memory (RT-CRM) – a new programming model and middleware communication service for constructing distributed real-time applications on commercially available open systems. RT-CRM provides remote real-time data reflection abstraction This work may not be copied or reproduced in whole or(More)
In this paper, we describe our experience in the implementation of MidART { Middleware and network Architecture for distributed Real-Time systems. Our MidART project addresses the problem of middleware design to support high speed network based distributed real-time applications. The uniqueness of MidART lies in the simplicity of services provided and the(More)
In this paper we address the problem of middleware design for constructing ATM LAN based distributed industrial plant monitoring and control systems. In particular, we present a real-time client-server programming model based on a uniform ATM network. This model is being realized in our mid-dleware called MidART. The middleware provides a set of industrial(More)
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