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Proceedings of the joint conference on Languages, compilers and tools for embedded systems software and compilers for embedded systems - LCTES/SCOPES '02
In recent years, a growing number of small single-chip embedded systems are used in very high volumes, for example in the automotive industry. Due to the high volumes, these systems are very cost-sensitive. This is one of several reasons why they are more and more using static operating systems. In such systems, all system resources are configured offline and an optimized kernel is generated which is tailored to one specific application. While this allows the use of operating systems for smalldoi:10.1145/513852.513855 fatcat:z4ara3vgqjhh3itefqu6sfnozm