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Springer

High-level real-time programming in Java

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High-level real-time programming in Java
Real-time systems have reached a level of complexity beyond the scaling capability of the low-level or restricted languages traditionally used for real-time programming. While Metronome garbage collection has made it practical to use Java to implement real-time systems, many challenges remain for the construction of complex real-time systems, some specific to the use of Java and others simply due to the change in scale of such systems. The goal of our research is the creation of a comprehensive Java-based programming environment and methodology for the creation of complex real-time systems. Our goals include construction of a provably correct real-time garbage collector capable of providing worst case latencies of 100 µs, capable of scaling from sensor nodes up to large multiprocessors; specialized programming constructs that retain the safety and simplicity of Java, and yet provide sub-microsecond latencies; the extension of Java’s “write once, run anywhere” principle from fu...
David F. Bacon, Perry Cheng, David Grove, Michael
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where EMSOFT
Authors David F. Bacon, Perry Cheng, David Grove, Michael Hind, V. T. Rajan, Eran Yahav, Matthias Hauswirth, Christoph M. Kirsch, Daniel Spoonhower, Martin T. Vechev
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