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found 8 matches
- Neil C. Audsley, Alan Burns, Robert I. Davis, Ken Tindell, Andy J. Wellings:
Fixed Priority Pre-emptive Scheduling: An Historical Perspective. Real Time Syst. 8(2-3): 173-198 (1995)
- Giacomo Bucci, Maurizio Campanai, Paolo Nesi:
Tools for Specifying Real-Time Systems. Real Time Syst. 8(2-3): 117-172 (1995)
- Klaus Echtle:
Report of the First European Dependable Computing Conference EDCC-1. Real Time Syst. 8(2-3): 227-228 (1995)
- Jan van den Ende:
A History of Real-Time Industrial Process Control in the Dutch Steel-Making Industry. Real Time Syst. 8(2-3): 215-226 (1995)
- Phillip A. Laplante, Eileen P. Rose, Maria Gracia-Watson:
An Historical Survey of Early Real-Time Computing Developments in the U.S. Real Time Syst. 8(2-3): 199-213 (1995)
- Nicholas Malcolm, Wei Zhao:
Hard Real-Time Communication in Multiple-Access Networks. Real Time Syst. 8(1): 35-77 (1995)
- P. Pleinevaux:
Real-time Fault Tolerant Operation of the 802.5 Token Ring. Real Time Syst. 8(1): 79-91 (1995)
- Jack P. C. Verhoosel, Dieter K. Hammer, Erik J. Luit, Lonnie R. Welch, Alexander D. Stoyenko:
A Model for Scheduling of Object-Based, Distributed Real-Time Systems. Real Time Syst. 8(1): 5-34 (1995)
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