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Component Models Print E-mail
Written by Web master   
Wednesday, 12 May 2004

The COMPARE State of the Art report gives an overview of existing component models.

Besides their core features, the report investigates their support for the real-time and embedded domain.

Many aspects must be taken into account:

  • Basic properties of the model, for instance how required and provided interfaces are specified or whether it supports hierarchical composition.
  • Component interaction: i.e. the interaction mechanisms between components, e.g. events or method invocation.
  • Possibilities to describe non-functional requirements in particular relating to real-time.
  • Underlying execution framework, e.g. its footprint and its availability on certain real-time operating systems and processor combinations.
  • Packaging, deployment and configuration.
  • Development environment
  • Summary with the pros and cons of the approach.

    In addition this report shortly presents underlying middleware technology suitable for RT/E, in particular RT CORBA and its dynamic scheduling mechanisms.

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