RV-REDS - Resource Virtualization for Real-Time Embedded Distributed Systems
The main goal of this research project is to support resources virtualization for industrial distributed real-time systems to use the system resources efficiently and decrease the cost and energy consumption of such systems, i.e., ensuring both high performance and timing predictability. The project is targeting software systems inherent in the automation and mining machinery application domains. The Data Distribution Service (DDS) technology is gaining a lot of attention from both industry and academia as it provides a means to virtualize network communications for distributed real time systems. The project intends to develop a mathematical model that captures the real time behavior of applications that use DDS based on statistical analysis. This model will be used to optimally configure the communication among distributed applications given their real time requirements.
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