Kazuo Makijima

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Constructing an embedded device with a real-time and a general-purpose operating system has attracted attention as a promising approach to let the device balance real-time responsiveness and rich func-tionalities. This paper introduces our methodology for constructing such multi-OS platform with minimal engineering cost by assuming asymmet-ric OS(More)
Modern high-end embedded systems require both predictable real-time scheduling and high-level abstraction interface to their OS kernels. Since these features are difficult to be balanced by a single OS, some methods that accommodate multiple different versions of OS kernels, typically real-time OS and general purpose OS, into a single device have been(More)
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