Real-Time Operating Systems

@article{Erciyes2019RealTimeOS,
  title={Real-Time Operating Systems},
  author={Kayhan Erciyes},
  journal={Computer Communications and Networks},
  year={2019}
}
  • K. Erciyes
  • Published 2019
  • Computer Science
  • Computer Communications and Networks
An operating system resides between the hardware of the computer system and the application by accepting calls from the application and implementing these on the hardware. In this chapter, we review of general operating system concepts and provide a comparison of general operating system and a real-time operating system highlighting the key points of differences. We then continue with the task, memory, and I/O management functions of a real-time operating system. 

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