Nick I. Kamenoff

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The purpose of this paper is to define a series of requirements and associated experiments called the Hartstone Uniprocessor Benchmark (HUB), to be used in testing the ability of a uniprocessor system to handle certain types of hard real-time applications. The benchmark model considers the real-time system as a set of periodic, aperiodic (sporadic), and(More)
This paper presents an approach for the implementation of the Hartstone Distributed Benchmark (HDB) for Hard Real-Time Distributed Systems with Ada 95. From the series of experiments as defined in the original HDB paper, six experiments have been implemented for the sender-receiver (two node) version of experiments.The main idea behind the HDB is the(More)
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