DROL: An Object-Oriented Programming Language for Distributed Real-Time Systems

@inproceedings{Takashio1992DROLAO,
  title={DROL: An Object-Oriented Programming Language for Distributed Real-Time Systems},
  author={Kazunori Takashio and Mario Tokoro},
  booktitle={OOPSLA},
  year={1992}
}
In this paper, we first characterize distributed real-time systems by the following two properties that have to be supported: best eflorl and leas2 suffering. Then, we propose a distributed real-time object model DRO which complies these properties. Based on the DRO model, we design an object oriented programming language DROL: an extension of C++ with the capa.bility of describing distributed real-time systems. The most eminent feature of DROL is that users can describe on meta level the… CONTINUE READING

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