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"Supporting Configuration and Deployment of Component-based DRE Systems Using Frameworks, Models, and Aspects"

 

 
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Supporting Configuration and Deployment of Component-based DRE Systems Using Frameworks, Models, and Aspects

Gan Deng, Vanderbilt University

This research focuses on using frameworks, model-driven development, and aspect-oriented software development techniques to address key configuration and deployment concerns of component-based distributed real-time and embedded (DRE) systems. System designers and deployers can use these techniques to configure quality of service (QoS) aspects of their systems and fine-tune their systems during the design and runtime phases to ensure their sys-tems meet end-to-end performance requirements.
 
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