Experiences on the Implementation of a Cooperative Embedded System Framework: Short Paper
Ref: HURRAY-TR-100801 Publication Date: 19, Aug, 2010
Experiences on the Implementation of a Cooperative Embedded System Framework: Short PaperRef: HURRAY-TR-100801 Publication Date: 19, Aug, 2010
As the complexity of embedded systems increases, multiple services have to compete for the limited resources of a single device. This situation is particularly critical for small embedded devices used in consumer electronics, telecommunication, industrial automation, or automotive systems. In fact, in order to satisfy a set of constraints related to weight, space, and energy consumption, these systems are typically built using microprocessors with lower processing power and limited resources.
The CooperatES framework has recently been proposed to tackle these challenges, allowing resource constrained devices to collectively execute services with their neighbours in order to fulfil the complex Quality of Service (QoS) constraints imposed by users and applications. In order to demonstrate the framework's concepts, a prototype is being implemented in the Android platform. This paper discusses key challenges that must be addressed and possible directions to incorporate the desired real-time behaviour in Android.
8th International Workshop on Java Technologies for Real-Time and Embedded Systems (JTRES 2010), ACM New York, pp 70-72.
Prague, Czech Republic.