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Network-based real-time computing applications which require tightly bounded end-to-end delays have been increasing at a steady rate in recent years. A messaging layer that yields tight bounds on the latencies in detecting message losses and enables the application layer to initiate a timely recovery action has thus become highly desirable. In this paper we(More)
A middleware model named ROAFTS (Real-time Object-oriented Adaptive Fault Tolerance Support) has been evolving in the UCI DREAM Lab. over the past decade as the core of a reliable execution engine model for fault-tolerant (FT) real-time (RT) distributed computing (DC) applications. It is meant to be an integration of various mechanisms for fault detection(More)
Universal middleware bridge (UMB) provides seamless interoperation among heterogeneous home network middleware. There have been high demands for the UMB components (UMB core and adaptors) to have fault- tolerance capabilities. This paper presents a TMO structuring approach together with new implementation techniques for the fault-tolerant TMO-replica(More)
The cryogenic system for the KSTAR superconducting magnets has been commissioned. It consists of a cold box, distribution boxes (DB) and cryogenic transfer lines. The cold box and DB #1 provide 600 g/s of supercritical helium to cool the superconducting (SC) magnets, their SC bus-lines, and the magnet support structures. It also provides 17.5 g/s of liquid(More)
In order to accommodate different requirements of reliable multicast applications, the real-time reliable multicasting support framework must possess generic yet rich features for detecting and reporting message losses with tight latency bounds. One highly promising concrete formulation of a multicast framework is the Real-time Multicast & Memory(More)
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