Enabling Linux for Real-Time on Embedded Multicore Devices
Linux has a strong momentum in the embedded software industry and has in the past years become the prevalent choice as an operating system for new platforms. However, standard Linux is designed for overall throughput rather than for real-time, and consequently needs to be modified or extended to meet high demands on latency and determinism. In parallel, advancements and trends within the semiconductor industry are driving an evolution towards manycore processors. By utilizing more flexible processor architectures, new possibilities emerge to enable real-time in Linux.
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