TROS: A Real Time Kernel for a Fault-Tolerant Multi-Processor Computer Based on Argument Flow
Authors: Verhulst, Eric, Lauwereins, R., Cuyvers, R., Peperstraete, J.
The design and realisation of a fault tolerant load balancing real time kernel for a multi-transputer system is considered. The system will be able to recover from software as well as from hardware failures. This is made possible by applying the argument flow program organisation. Argument flow programs are a mixture of normal control flow at the lowest level and of data flow at the higher levels. Hence, load balancing can be executed automatically.In the next part, the architecture of the runtime kernel and the use of argument flow is considered.
OUG-11: Developing Transputer Applications, J. Wexler, 1989, pp 1 - 13 published by IOS Press, Amsterdam
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