Design Framework for Self-Stabilizing Real-Time Systems Based on Real-Time Objects and Prototype Implementation with Analysis

Albert M.K. Cheng, Sushil S. Digewade
2009 2009 International Conference on Embedded Software and Systems  
The paper proposes an object-oriented design framework to implement self-stabilizing real-time systems and describes an implementation and analysis of a prototype of such a system. The paper also includes a brief study of application of the object-oriented paradigms such as reflection and inheritance based on the design framework. The analysis includes a determination of overhead and a feasibility study of the prototype. The framework is three-tiered in which the basic or the firs-tier
more » ... firs-tier components are the selfstabilizing components of the distributed real-time systems that recover themselves in case of transient faults. The second-tier components of the design framework consist of the RobustRTOs and the MetaObjects. The third-tier components are the Guards of the subsystems. Abstract The paper proposes an object-oriented design framework to implement self-stabilizing real-time systems and describes an implementation and analysis of a prototype of such a system. The paper also includes a brief study of application of the object-oriented paradigms such as reflection and inheritance based on the design framework. The analysis includes a determination of overhead and a feasibility study of the prototype. The framework is three-tiered in which the basic or the firs-tier components are the self-stabilizing components of the distributed real-time systems that recover themselves in case of transient faults. The secondtier components of the design framework consist of the RobustRTOs and the MetaObjects. The third-tier components are the Guards of the subsystems.
doi:10.1109/icess.2009.88 dblp:conf/icess/ChengD09 fatcat:6mrrlafwwzatbjhpb3d4bqqxf4