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The real-time POSIX standards
represent an effort by both vendors and users of real-time operating systems
to support, for the first time, real-time applications that exhibit a high
degree of portability across diverse hardware and software environments.
This talk will give an overview of these standards. We will review the
main operating systems services used in real-time applications. We will
also give a brief overview of the standard POSIX subsets (i.e., profiles),
which allow a wide range of real-time operating system implementations:
the small and highly efficient embedded real-time system to the large system with real-time requirements. The architecture and performance of an open source implementation of the minimum real-time POSIX profile, called MaRTE OS, will be described.