Real-Time Systems Design and Analysis: Tools for the Practitioner, Fourth Edition
Copyright © 2012 the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.
Author(s): Phillip A. Laplante, Seppo J. Ovaska
Published Online: 13 NOV 2011 10:05PM EST
Print ISBN: 9780470768648
Online ISBN: 9781118136607
About this Book
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The leading text in the field explains step by step how to write software that responds in real time
From power plants to medicine to avionics, the world increasingly depends on computer systems that can compute and respond to various excitations in real time. The Fourth Edition of Real-Time Systems Design and Analysis gives software designers the knowledge and the tools needed to create real-time software using a holistic, systems-based approach. The text covers computer architecture and organization, operating systems, software engineering, programming languages, and compiler theory, all from the perspective of real-time systems design.
The Fourth Edition of this renowned text brings it thoroughly up to date with the latest technological advances and applications. This fully updated edition includes coverage of the following concepts:
Multidisciplinary design challenges
Automatic code generation
The final chapter of the text offers an expert perspective on the future of real-time systems and their applications.
The text is self-contained, enabling instructors and readers to focus on the material that is most important to their needs and interests. Suggestions for additional readings guide readers to more in-depth discussions on each individual topic. In addition, each chapter features exercises ranging from simple to challenging to help readers progressively build and fine-tune their ability to design their own real-time software programs.
Now fully up to date with the latest technological advances and applications in the field, Real-Time Systems Design and Analysis remains the top choice for students and software engineers who want to design better and faster real-time systems at minimum cost.