Applying the Quality Connector Pattern to Optimize Distributed Real-time and Embedded Middleware and Applications

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Commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) middleware increasingly offers not only functional support for standard interfaces, but also the ability to optimize their resource consumption patterns. For example, a Real-time CORBA object request broker (ORB) permits application developers to configure server thread pooling policies. This flexibility makes it possible to… (More)

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