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This paper investigates the sensitivity of real-time systems running applications under operating systems that are subject to soft-errors. We consider applications using different real-time operating system services: scheduling, time and memory management, intertask communication and synchronization. We report results of a detailed analysis regarding the impact of soft-errors on real-time operating systems cores, taking into account the application timing constraints. Our results show thedoi:10.1109/date.2006.244063 dblp:conf/date/IgnatNSN06 fatcat:zrveqmyspjez3ldlq3yew2snse