Presents papers from a May 1999 symposium, in sections on analysis and design, middleware and operating systems, applications, tools and services, modeling and evaluation, object-oriented techniques for resource-constrained architectures, QoS assurance, software architecture, fault tolerance, and resource management. Specific topics include theory versus practice in real-time computing with the Java platform, automated dependability analysis of UML design, predictable CORBA-based web services, and quality-based compensation of multimedia objects. No index. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR1 1 : Execution of Java controller versus simulation a#39;.v period The aquot;Balancing Robotsaquot; Web-service has been implemented ... presented the CORBA-based aquot; Observeraquot; approach, a generic solution for implementation of reliable applications (FT Netscape ... References  M.Barabanov, V.Yodaiken; Introducing Real-Time Linux: ...  Y.-S.Chang, D.Liang, W.Lo, G.-W.Sheu, S.-M. Yuan; A Fault-Tolerant Object Service on CORBA; Proceedings of ... \xfj^j/iggj-l Xa#39; S off 1 1 3 4 1 6 ( manual .
|Title||:||2nd IEEE International Symposium on Object-Oriented Real-Time Distributed Computing (ISOR'99)[|
|Publisher||:||Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers(IEEE) - 1999-06-01|