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Real Time Microprocessor Systems

Author : Stephen R. Savitzky
ISBN : UOM:39015009788764
Genre : Microprocesseurs, Systèmes à
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Computer Systems Organization -- Special Purpose and Application-Based Systems.
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Proceedings Of The 2nd European Simulation Congress Sept 9 12 1986 The Park Hotel Antwerp Belgium

Author : Philippe Geril
ISBN : 9067640956
Genre : Architecture
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This Proceedings volume deals with the uses and problems of simulation in a wide variety of fields and provides a comprehensive overview of the subject. The 130 internationally contributed papers cover the methodologies and algorithms of simulation techniques and simulation tools --- including both hardware and software. The simulation of well-defined systems is covered, as is the simulation of ill-defined systems. In addition to the more advanced methodologies and new mathematical concepts discussed here emphasis is given to the advanced information processing techniques. Advanced information processing encompasses the nonconventional data processing (multiprocessor and pipelining techniques) the automation of data acquisition (information base management systems), as well as the automation of the reasoning process and the knowledge acquisition (knowledge based systems). Such techniques will allow research workers to concentrate on the disciplinary aspects of the implemented problem, rather than on computer implementation and programming aspects.
Category: Architecture

High Integrity System Specification And Design

Author : Jonathan P. Bowen
ISBN : 9781447134312
Genre : Computers
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Errata, detected in Taylor's Logarithms. London: 4to, 1792. [sic] 14.18.3 6 Kk Co-sine of 3398 3298 - Nautical Almanac (1832) In the list of ERRATA detected in Taylor's Logarithms, for cos. 4° 18'3", read cos. 14° 18'2". - Nautical Almanac (1833) ERRATUM ofthe ERRATUM ofthe ERRATA of TAYLOR'S Logarithms. For cos. 4° 18'3", read cos. 14° 18' 3". - Nautical Almanac (1836) In the 1820s, an Englishman named Charles Babbage designed and partly built a calculating machine originally intended for use in deriving and printing logarithmic and other tables used in the shipping industry. At that time, such tables were often inaccurate, copied carelessly, and had been instrumental in causing a number of maritime disasters. Babbage's machine, called a 'Difference Engine' because it performed its cal culations using the principle of partial differences, was intended to substantially reduce the number of errors made by humans calculating the tables. Babbage had also designed (but never built) a forerunner of the modern printer, which would also reduce the number of errors admitted during the transcription of the results. Nowadays, a system implemented to perform the function of Babbage's engine would be classed as safety-critical. That is, the failure of the system to produce correct results could result in the loss of human life, mass destruction of property (in the form of ships and cargo) as well as financial losses and loss of competitive advantage for the shipping firm.
Category: Computers

Wege Zu Sehr Fortgeschrittenen Handhabungssystemen Methods Of Very Advanced Industrial Robots

Author : H. Steusloff
ISBN : 9783642814440
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Industrieroboter (IR) werden durch sechs Teilsysteme gebildet: Aufbau (Kinematik), Antriebe, Steuerung, Regelung, Bedienung und last not least Sensoren. Hier sollen die ersten drei Teilsysteme behandelt werden, die restlichen drei folgen in den anschließenden Abschnitten. Zur Auswahl des für die Projektziele [1] als Erprobungsträger einge setzten Roboters, der die Untersuchung verschiedener Lösungsansätze und die Demonstration ihrer Leistungsfähigkeit gestatten soll, wurden folgende Auswahlbedingungen bezüglich des Marktangebotes gestellt: Der IR muß konstruktiv dem heutigen Erkenntnisstand beim Aufbau von IR-Kinematiken entsprechen und sollte ein Seriengerät sein. Der IR muß in seinen Eigenschaften zur Demonstration der Projekt ziele geeignet sein. Im folgenden werden der Aufbau und die Auslegung des IR, Gesichts punkte zur Auswahl der Antriebstechnik, ihre Auslegung sowie die zur Steuerung und zur Sicherung gegen Ausfall behandelt. 2. Aufbautechnik Die Projektziele verlangen einen IR mit einer Tragkraft von ca. 200 N bis 500 N bei einer hohen Verfahrgeschwindigkeit der einzelnen Frei heitsgrade zum Erreichen einer Bahngeschwindigkeit von etwa 2 rn/sec. Die Zahl der Freiheitsgrade - auch "Achsen" genannt - sollte 6 nicht unterschreiten, um komplexe Bewegungsabläufe, ggf. auch das Umgreifen von Hindernissen untersuchen zu können. Der eingesetzte IR vom Typ VW-R30 erfüllt die genannten Anforderungen.
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System Software And Software Systems

Author : Teodor Rus
ISBN : 9789814504645
Genre : Computers
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SYSTEM SOFTWARE AND SOFTWARE SYSTEMS: Concepts and Methodology is intended to offer a systematic treatment of the theory and practice of designing and implementing system software. The two volumes systematically develop and apply the systems methodology for software development. For that the concept of a system is analysed and various types of systems used in computer science are systematized into a concept of an ad hoc system that is suitable as a mechanism for software development. The kernel of this methodology consists of a systematic approach for ad hoc systems development (specification, implementation, validation). The hardware and the software of a computer system are specified as ad hoc systems. Examples from various architectures, languages, and operating systems are provided as illustrations. Problems and their suggested solutions are provided at the end of each chapter. Further readings and a list of references conclude each chapter. These volumes are self-contained and may be used as textbooks for an introductory course on system software and for a course on operating system. However, a broad spectrum of professionals in computer science will benefit from it. For information on Volume 2, please see here. Contents:System Methodology for Software Development:Systems MethodologyAlgebraic MethodologyInformal SystemsFormal SystemsFormal System ConstructionAlgebraic SystemsAd Hoc SystemsAd Hoc System Formalization (Transition Systems, Action Language)Ad Hoc System Construction (System Specification, System Implementation, System Validation)Doctrines of an Ad Hoc SystemExample of Ad Hoc System ConstructionComputing SystemsSoftware SystemsOverviewHardware System:Major Behavior of the Hardware SystemHardware System Components (Memory, Processor, Input-Output, Control)Performing Program Execution in ParallelData Type View of I/O ComponentsEfficiency of a Hardware SystemConvenience of a Hardware SystemGeneral View of the Hardware SystemProcess and Resource Representation:Process Data RepresentationContext of a ProcessorMemory Data RepresentationThe I/O Device Data RepresentationService Tools Provided by SoftwareInterrupt System:Interrupt SystemActual ImplementationsExamples of Interrupt SystemsOperating System — An Overview:The First Operating SystemDesign of a Control Program, Job Data StructureBatch Operating SystemReliability (Problem of Protection, Timing Program Execution)Efficiency) Performance Measurements, Parallel Actions Performed by Hardware, Overlapping Program Execution with its I/O Operations, Interleaving Program Execution)Off-Line OperationSpooling OperationMultiprogrammingA Model of Multiprogramming SystemMultiprocessor Systems Readership: Professionals in computer science. keywords:
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Methods And Tools Of Parallel Programming Multicomputers

Author : Ching-Hsien Hsu
ISBN : 9783642148217
Genre : Computers
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This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-conference proceedings of the Second Russia-Taiwan Symposium on Methods and Tools of Parallel Programming, MTPP 2010, held in Vladivostok, Russia in May 2010. The 33 revised full papers were carefully selected from a large number of submissions and cover the many dimensions of methods and tools of parallel programming, algorithms and architectures, encompassing fundamental theoretical approaches, practical experimental approaches as well as commercial components and systems.
Category: Computers

Progress In Distributed Operating Systems And Distributed Systems Management

Author : Wolfgang Schröder-Preikschat
ISBN : 3540526099
Genre : Computers
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A selection of papers presented at a workshop on distributed operating systems and management of distributed systems. The papers focus on the illustration of existing concepts and solutions in distributed systems research and development and include case study analyses.
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Multicomputer Vision

Author : S. Levialdi
ISBN : 9780323141154
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Multicomputer Vision is a collection of papers and discussions presented at the 8th Workshop on Multicomputers, held in Rome, Italy on June 2-5, 1987. Contributors present multicomputer algorithms for image processing, evaluation and suggestions on multicomputer systems, and new designs in advanced architectures for computer vision. Separating 12 papers into chapters, this book first describes a pyramidal algorithm for image segmentation based on the definition of the “bimean of a population. It then examines the use of Polymorphic Torus architecture to yield positive results in the computation of Hough Transform through executing mesh and tree algorithms. The succeeding papers present the five-level quad-tree pyramid algorithm based on chips from the MPP machine and the algorithm databases required for scheduling and reconfiguration decisions based on the user’s task definition. Other chapters oriented towards the evaluation of multicomputer systems are also provided. These chapters include discussions on multi-processor architectures based on perceptual tasks, the advantages of fine grain associative string structure for general purpose computer vision system, and the use of identical single processor elements for comparison between processor arrays and pipeline computers. The book also contains papers oriented on the design features of new multiprocessor architectures. These papers discuss the memory limitations of parallel machines and the physical realization of a one-dimensional array of 128 to 1024 identical processors. This book provides an informal frame of reference to researchers who are interested in the design and development of algorithms, and architectures or languages of multiprocessor systems.
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