A TOOL FOR PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF REAL-TIME UNIX OPERATING SYSTEMS
AffiliationModular Computer Systems, Inc.
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AbstractIn this paper we present the REAL/STONE Real-Time Tester, a tool for performance evaluation of real-time UNIX operating systems. The REAL/STONE Real-Time Tester is a synthetic benchmark that simulates a typical real-time environment. The tool performs typical real-time operations, such as: (a) reads data from an external source and accesses it periodically, (b) processes data through a number of real-time processes, and © displays the final data. This study can help users in selecting the most-effective real-time UNIX operating system for a given application.
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