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Basic concepts of real-time operating systems

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Embedded systems and real-time OS's are everywhere.
Real-time and embedded systems operate in constrained environments in which computer memory and processing power are limited. They often need to provide their services within strict time deadlines to their users and to the surrounding world. It is these memory, speed and timing constraints that dictate the use of real-time operating systems in embedded software.
 read more | score:6875 | -Ray, November 21, 2003
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