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|Title: ||RTSJ memory areas and their affects on the performance of a flight-like attitude control system|
|Authors: ||Niessner, Albert F.|
Benowitz, Edward G.
|Keywords: ||Real-time Specification for Java2 (RTSJ)|
|Issue Date: ||Nov-2003 |
|Publisher: ||Pasadena, CA : Jet Propulsion Laboratory, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 2003.|
|Citation: ||JAVA Technology for Real-Time Embedded Systems, Sicily, Italy, November 2003.|
|Abstract: ||The two most important factors in improving performance in any software system, but especially a real-time, embedded system, are knowing which components are the low performers and knowing what can be done to improve their performance. The word performance with respect to a real-time, embedded system does not necessarily mean fast execution, which is the common definition when discussing non real-time systems. It also includes meeting all of the specified execution dead-lines and executing at the correct time without sacrificing non real-time performance. Using a Java prototype of an existing control system used on Deep Space 1, the effects from adding memory areas are measured and evaluated with respect to improving performance.|
|Appears in Collections:||JPL TRS 1992+|
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