François Taïani, Mario Paludetto, and Jérome Delatour

Composing Real-Time Objects: A Case for Petri Nets and Girard's Linear Logic

Proceedings of the 4th IEEE International Symposium on Object-Oriented Real-Time Distributed Computing (ISORC'2001), Magdeburg (Germany), 2-4 May, pp. 298-305, ISBN 0-7695-1089-2, IEEE Computer Society, 2001 (8p.)

Abstract
Object and component technology play an ever-increasing role in the development of real-time distributed applications. Those systems are characterized by the fact that the temporal compatibility of the different objects that are brought together is a condition for success. In this paper, we propose an approach to validate the interoperability of object interfaces with respect to their temporal properties. This approach is based on a recent execution time calculation technique dedicated to concurrent environments. In this article we propose a simpler computation framework for this technique, and we show how it can quite advantageously be adapted to distributed real time OO systems.

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