An object-oriented model for the construction of dependable distributed systems

Bibliographic Details
Authors and Corporations: Hammer, D.K., van Roosmalen, O.S.
Title: An object-oriented model for the construction of dependable distributed systems
In: [1992] Proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Object Orientation in Operating Systems, 1992, p. 301-310
published:
IEEE
Physical Description:301-310
ISSN/ISBN: 0-8186-3015-9
Summary:In the context of the dependable distributed operating system (DEDOS) project an object-oriented model for the construction of dependable applications has been developed. This model is presented. It supports real-time, reliability and distribution requirements of applications. Three aspects of it are described in detail: the so called programming model, implementation model and development model. An essential feature of DEDOS is the dual dependability paradigm: real-time and dependability requirements are dealt with statically or dynamically depending on the real-time regime to which they pertain: hard real-time or soft real-time, respectively. The model supports both of these regimes.<<ETX>>
Type of Resource:E-Article
Source:IEEE Xplore Library
Language: English