Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):

P. Puschner:
"Making Real-Time Tasks Temporally Predictable";
Talk: ARTES Real-Time Graduate Student Conference, Uppsala, Sweden; 2002-04-18 - 2002-04-19; in: "Proceedings of the ARTES Real-Time Graduate Student Conference ", (2002), 7.

English abstract:
This talk introduces a new programming paradigm for writing hard real-time code: single-path programming. Every program following this paradigm has only a single possible execution path. The execution time of single-path code is constant and therefore fully predictable. We explain the software and hardware architectures used in single-path programming and show that the single-path paradigm provides a universal solution towards writing temporally predictable code -- every piece of code that has a boundable execution time can be transformed into single-path code.

Electronic version of the publication:

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