CHAOS: Why One Cannot Have Only An Operating System for Real-Time Applications

@article{Gopinath1989CHAOSWO,
  title={CHAOS: Why One Cannot Have Only An Operating System for Real-Time Applications},
  author={Prabha Gopinath and Karsten Schwan},
  journal={Operating Systems Review},
  year={1989},
  volume={23},
  pages={106-125}
}
For increased performance and reliability, embedded multiprocessors and distributed computer systems axe used in real-time systems. This results in extremely complex and dynamic embedded control software. The reliability and performance of such software depends on its ability to adapt to changing realtime needs. CHAOS A Concurrent Hierarchical Adaptable Object System, is a complete programming and operating system for such software. Its goal is to support the programming of real-time… CONTINUE READING

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