Myths and Realities of Real-Time Linux Software Systems
The following paper addresses some of the differences between real-time and general operating systems. This includes an analysis of several common misconceptions including performance issues, latency, hard vs. soft real-time systems, programming APIs and the software kernel. In addition, there are suggestions for software patches and implementation options to convert Linux to a real-time operating system.
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