The areas of object orientation and real time are difficult to bring together, in part because established programming techniques in the two areas have a different focus. Real time techniques, such as prioritized processes (dispatched on demand or on a time schedule), focus on how it works. Object-oriented techniques, such as classes and inheritance, focus on how it is constructed. Although ways of integrating the programming techniques are emerging, there is still a lack of design models that can bring together all the factors in a way that will avoid the use of expensive cut-andtry
methods to achieve required performance. This paper gives an overview of the problem and indicates how a new design model called use case maps can help.
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| Title || Issues in Bringing Object Orientation and Real Time Together |
| Authors || R.J.A. Buhr |
| Type || Conference |
| Conference/Journal Title || OOPSLA'95 Real Time Workshop |
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| Editors || |
| Publisher || |
| Month || October |
| Year || 1995 |
| Pages || 4 |
| Keywords || Use Case Maps, Real-time Design, Object-oriented Design |