Evaluating Policies and Mechanisms for Supporting Embedded, Real-Time Applications with CORBA 3.0

@inproceedings{ORyan2000EvaluatingPA,
  title={Evaluating Policies and Mechanisms for Supporting Embedded, Real-Time Applications with CORBA 3.0},
  author={Carlos O'Ryan and Douglas C. Schmidt and Fred Kuhns and Marina Spivak and Jeff Parsons and Irfan Pyarali and David L. Levine},
  booktitle={IEEE Real Time Technology and Applications Symposium},
  year={2000}
}
To be an effective platform for performance-sensitive realtime systems, commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) distributed object computing (DOC) middleware must support application quality of service (QoS) requirements end-to-end. However, conventional DOC middleware does not provide this support, which makes it unsuited for applications with stringent latency, determinism, and priority preservation requirements. It is essential, therefore, to develop standards-based, COTS DOC middleware that permits… CONTINUE READING
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