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25 papers on real-time and embedded Linux

Nov 3, 2004 — by Rick Lehrbaum — from the LinuxDevices Archive is pleased to publish the proceedings from the Sixth Real-Time Linux Workshop held in Asia for the first time, this week, at the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. The papers span a broad range of topics ranging from fundamental real-time technologies, to applications, to hardware, to tools. As usual, the conference was organized by the Real-Time Linux Foundation.

Here is the list of papers:

  • A Smart Milling Fixture Controlled by Distributed RTLinux
  • RTAI Based Real-Time Control of Robotic Wheelchair
  • Hardware-In-Loop-Simulator for Mini Aerial Vehicle
  • RTLinux on Memory Constrained Systems
  • Hard Real-Time Control of Mechatronic System: FPGA extension for RTAI
  • The Role of Embedded Linux in a Microwave Point-to-Point Radio Application
  • Embedded Linux Platform for a Fault Tolerant Space Based Parallel Computer
  • Embedded Real Time Linux Kernel Design using Game Theory and Control Logic
  • RAT — Real-Time Audio Tools
  • IDE Driver and RTLFS file system for RTLinux
  • A Real-Time Compliant Implementation of Linear Time-Invariant Digital Filters in the C Programming Language
  • Interfacing Linux RTAI with Scilab/Scicos
  • Real Time Display in RT Linux using IO channels
  • Linux for High Performance and Real-Time Computing on SMP Systems
  • A Hardware Operating System based Approach for Run-time Reconfigurable Platform of Embedded Devices
  • Hardware Partitioning Algorithm for Reconfigurable Operating System in Embedded Systems
  • RTOS Acceleration Techniques — Review and Challenges
  • LibeRTOS: A Configurable Single OS Real-Time Linux Platform for Industrial Applications
  • Implementation of ARTiS, an asymmetric real-time extension of SMP Linux
  • Enhancing Linux/RTAI with Open Source Software Components
  • Integration of Real-Time Services in User-Space Linux
  • Case Study of the Performance of Real-Time Linux on the x86 Architecture
  • A New Application-Defined Scheduling Implementation in RTLinux
  • QoS and Aperiodic Tasks Scheduling for Real-Time Linux Applications
  • Early Experience with an Implementation of Java on RTLinux

Access the 25 real-time Linux papers here

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