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A Trusted, Scalable, Real-Time Operating System Environment

@inproceedings{Wells1994ATS,
  title={A Trusted, Scalable, Real-Time Operating System Environment},
  author={D. Wells},
  year={1994}
}
  • D. Wells
  • Published 1994
  • Computer Science
  • The Open Software Foundation (OSF) Research Institute (RI) is developing a series of operating systems prototypes with the purpose of extending the capabilities of commercial operating systems. The initial goal is to develop a trusted, scalable, real-time operating system environment. Some projects are complete and have been incorporated into commercial operating systems. Current projects focus on performance, scalability, trust, and real-time. 
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