This paper is concerned with the software development of distributed real-time measurement systems. Major goals are modularity, reusability and independency from hardware devices, processors and comunications networks. A light-weight architecture for real-time (DART) is proposed which delivers a systematic methodology centred on object-oriented techniques. The effectiveness of DART is illustrated by means of its application to a distributed measurement system for electrical power plants.

Distributed Measurement Systems: An Object-Oriented Architecture and case study

Pasquale Daponte
Membro del Collaboration Group
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Domenico Grimaldi
Membro del Collaboration Group
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Libero Nigro
Membro del Collaboration Group
;
Francesco Pupo
Membro del Collaboration Group
1997

Abstract

This paper is concerned with the software development of distributed real-time measurement systems. Major goals are modularity, reusability and independency from hardware devices, processors and comunications networks. A light-weight architecture for real-time (DART) is proposed which delivers a systematic methodology centred on object-oriented techniques. The effectiveness of DART is illustrated by means of its application to a distributed measurement system for electrical power plants.
Distributed measurement systems; Object-oriented programming; Real time; predictable communications networks
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