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By Luciano Lavagno, Grant Martin, Bran V. Selic

The complexity of such a lot real-time and embedded structures usually exceeds that of different varieties of structures due to the fact, as well as the standard spectrum of difficulties inherent in software program, they should care for the complexities of the actual international. That world―as the proverbial Mr. Murphy tells us―is an unpredictable and sometimes unfriendly position. for that reason, there's a very robust motivation to enquire and follow complicated layout tools and applied sciences which could simplify and enhance the reliability of real-time software program layout and implementation. for that reason, from the 1st types of UML issued within the mid 1990’s, designers of embedded and real-time structures have taken to UML with vigor and exuberance. notwithstanding, the dream of an entire, model-driven layout circulation from specification via computerized, optimised code iteration, has been tough to understand with no a few key advancements in UML semantics and syntax, particularly exact to the real-time platforms challenge. With the improvements in UML which were proposed and are close to standardisation with UML 2. zero, lots of those advancements were made. within the Spring of 2003, adoption of a formalised UML 2. zero specification via the contributors of the thing administration workforce (OMG) turns out very shut. it really is as a result very acceptable to study the prestige of UML as a collection of notations for embedded real-time structures - either the cutting-edge and most sensible practices accomplished as much as this time with UML of earlier generations - and the place the adjustments embodied within the 2.

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Apart from UML, OMG has specified two additional profiles well-suited for realtime, the Scheduling, Performance and Time profile and the Action Semantics profile. Due to size limitations, the goal of this chapter is not to describe precisely their content. It aims at skimming through both profiles to outline their purpose and content. Finally after having detailed the native possibilities of the UML in terms of notations for real-time, this chapter outlines a prospective approach showing how to use such notations to build real-time applications.

The occurrence time of a temporal event should then match with its reception time. However, it is important to notice that there may exist some delay between the reception and the handling time of a time event! Moreover this delay is variable and very difficult to measure - even to find a maximum. Indeed, this delay depends on the management policy adopted by each tool in terms of event handling [29-31]. 17 18 The entry time is considered to be the moment where the state-machine reaches a stable state, that is to say when finishing the execution of the entry actions specified in the target state and all nested states.

Now several studies of the evolution of the software market consider that embedded systems may represent by the year 2003 and beyond more than 50% of the global market (including personal computers, client-server and information system applications). This explosion of the market for real time systems and the constant increase of embedded services force engineers to face more and more the hard problem of developing sophisticated real-time systems while competition through time to market and cost constraints increases day after day.

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