Coordination of systems with real-time properties in manifold
AuthorPapadopoulos, George Angelos
SourceProceedings - IEEE Computer Society's International Computer Software & Applications Conference
Proceedings of the 1996 IEEE 20th Annual International Computer Software & Applications Conference, COMPSAC'96
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This paper combines work done in the areas of asynchronous timed computations and coordination models in order to derive a framework able to express real-time coordination without adhering to special architectures or real-time programming languages. In particular, it is shown how the coordination language MANIFOLD can be used to support coordinators with bounded response time. The only assumption made about the coordinated components is that they adhere to some constraints as imposed by timed asynchronous computational models derived for concurrent constraint languages. The model can be used as a basis for building complex software and hardware systems with the distinct advantage of enhancing reusability of existing components. Indeed, it is already being used in a project aiming to develop distributed multimedia applications.
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