RTEMS Applications and Papers
angelo at hunterlink.net.au
Sat Dec 1 02:27:42 UTC 2001
Yes, this is the paper that was presented at Waveform 2001, which was
the Australasian Computer Music Association conference. The paper was
entitled "Smart Budgeting for a Smart Controller"
Joel Sherrill wrote:
>Angelo Fraietta wrote:
>>I presented a paper and posted it through the newsgroup and can be found
>>at the above URL. I gave a really good rap about the RTEMS support. I
>>hope to be presenting a prototype next year at an international
>>conference, where you can be sure I will be giving a good rap about RTEMS.
>Didn't you present something at a conference earlier this year or last?
>If I remember that correctly, could you provide a reference?
>>P.S. would you prefer that the paper listed existed in a location other
>>than the RTEMS archives.
>I can fix that but if you have one, I would like to reference the original.
>>Joel Sherrill wrote:
>>>I have been privately and haphazardly collecting links for
>>>RTEMS on my private web site. It is pretty sloppy at this
>>>point and is far from complete but given the recent request
>>>for applications I thought I would pass it along.
>>>Please help me out by sending me links to applications and
>>>products using RTEMS, references to papers that call out RTEMS,
>>>links to libraries that have been ported to RTEMS, etc.
>>>For sure I am not trying to slight anyone if you are not listed.
>>>For example, Eric Norum emailed me this morning that he and
>>>Till Straumann are presenting papers that reference RTEMS.
>>>I know that the Ada95 Ravenscar effort used RTEMS and referenced
>>>Please help. If you send me the html it will help even more.
>>>I have enough to do already. :)
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