Classifying object-oriented real-time systems: Ada 95 and Deal

Bibliographic Details
Authors and Corporations: Hammer, D.K., Welch, L.R., van Roosmalen, O.S.
Title: Classifying object-oriented real-time systems: Ada 95 and Deal
In: Proceedings IEEE Symposium and Workshop on Engineering of Computer-Based Systems, 1996, p. 324-331
published:
IEEE
Physical Description:324-331
ISSN/ISBN: 0-8186-7355-9
Summary:The paper extends and applies a previously published taxonomy for the evaluation of object-oriented languages for the construction of distributed real-time systems. Our main question is: how well do current approaches support the design of concurrency and non-functional system features like the specification of allocation, timing and fault tolerance constraints? In order to demonstrate our approach, we consider two extremes: Ada 95 and our own real-time language Deal. It is shown that our taxonomy is well suited to discern essential properties of such languages and to point out the weaknesses of contemporary approaches.
Type of Resource:E-Article
Source:IEEE Xplore Library
Language: English