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Advances in Real-Time Systems

by Chakraborty, Samarjit.
Authors: Eberspächer, Jörg.%editor. | SpringerLink (Online service) Physical details: X, 355p. 144 illus. online resource. ISBN: 3642243495 Subject(s): Engineering. | Computer Communication Networks. | Multimedia systems. | Telecommunication. | Engineering. | Communications Engineering, Networks. | Computer Communication Networks. | Multimedia Information Systems.
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Theoretical Foundations -- System Behaviour Models with Discrete and Dense Time -- Temporal Uncertainties in Cyber-Physical Systems -- Large-Scale Linear Computations With Dedicated Real-Time -- Architectures Interface-based Design of Real-Time Systems -- The Logical Execution Time Paradigm -- Connecting Theory and Practise -- Improving the Precision of WCET Analysis by Input Constraints and Model-derived Flow Constraints -- Reconciling Compilation and Timing Analysis -- System Level Performance Analysis for Real-Time Multi-Core and Network Architectures -- Trustworthy Real-Time Systems -- Predictably Flexible Real-time Scheduling -- Innovative Application Domains -- Detailed visual recognition of road scenes for guiding autonomous vehicles -- System architecture for future driver assistance based on stereo vision -- As Time Goes By: Research on L4-Based Real-Time Systems -- A Real-Time Capable Virtualized Information and Communication Technology Infrastructure for Automotive Systems -- Robot Basketball –A New Challenge For Real-Time Control -- FlexRay Static Segment Scheduling --  Real-Time Knowledge for Cooperative Cognitive Automobiles.

This volume has been prepared in honor of Prof. Georg Färber, to celebrate his 34 years of service at TU München, as the Head of the Lehrstuhl für Realzeit-Computersysteme. It contains a collection of articles reflecting the state-of-the-art in the area of real-time systems. The topics included span over automotive software and electronics, software timing analysis, models for real-time systems, compilation of real-time programs, real-time microkernels and cyber-physical systems. It is intended to serve as a reference book for graduate-level courses. It will also be helpful to both researchers in the academia, as well as to practitioners from the industry.

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