The 52 papers presented at the March 2000 symposium are divided into the following sections: current major trends, distributed object computing in real-time settings, design pattern, object-oriented design, scheduling and load balancing, objects and components for real-time systems, applications, fault tolerance, dependability, frameworks, operating system support, quality of services, programming paradigms, and Java for real-time systems. Examples of paper topics are dynamic transport protocol selection in a CORBA system, hybrid sequence charts, deadline-constrained causal order, adlets migration and handling in a distributed object environment, and end-to-end predictability in real-time push-pull communications. No subject index.Figure 7 shows the perfonnance that can be obtained with our implementation of the CORBA streaming mechanism in terms of bandwidth per packet size. ... Despite the fact that Windows NT does not provide deadline-based real-time scheduling algorithms, Quartz can guarantee unloaded behaviour by ... F. Siqueira and V. Cahill aQuartz: A QoS Architecture for Open Systemsaquot;, Proceedings of the 20aquot;a#39; IEEE lntemational Conference on Distributed Computing Systems (to appear), 2000.
|Title||:||Third IEEE International Symposium on Object-Oriented Real-Time Distributed Computing (ISORC 2000)|
|Author||:||IEEE Computer Society. TC on Distributed Processing|
|Publisher||:||IEEE - 2000-01-01|