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Kim, Youngtae (1992) rtScript: A Scripting Language for Writing Real-Time Programs in C. Technical Report TR92-22, Department of Computer Science, Iowa State University.

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Abstract

rtScript: A Scripting Language for Writing
Real-Time Programs in C
by
Youngtae Kim
In hard real-time systems, tasks have to be performed with correct timing
behavior as well as with correct functional behavior. The timing behavior
is specified in terms of release times, deadlines, and permissible variances.
rtScript is a scripting language used to specify timing constraints and
periodic execution of tasks. Precedence and exclusion relationships between
tasks are also specified in rtScript.
The script translator translates programs written in rtScript into
an intermediate language called rtScore, which serves as input to a static
task scheduler. This paper describes the design and implementation of
rtScript and the script translator.

Subjects:All uncategorized technical reports
ID code:00000025
Deposited by:Staff Account on 18 July 1992



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