Extensible systems - the Tigger approach.
Item Type:Conference Paper
Citation:Vinny Cahill, Christine Hogan, Alan Judge, Darragh O'Grady, Brendan Tangney, and Paul Taylor., Extensible systems - the Tigger approach., Proceedings of the 6th workshop on ACM SIGOPS European workshop, 6th workshop on ACM SIGOPS European workshop, September, ACM, 1994, 151-153
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The Tigger project is developing a framework for the construction of a family of distributed objectsupport platforms suitable for use in a variety of distributed applications ranging from embedded soft-real time systems to concurrent engineering frameworks. As no one system can easily meet the varied demands of these different application areas, customisability, extensibility and portability are put forward as the way to handle diversity and are thus the core design goals in Tigger. 1 Introduction The Tigger project is developing a framework for the construction of a family -- the Tigger Pride -- of distributed object-supportplatforms suitable for use in distributed applications ranging from embedded softreal time systems (actually 3-D arcade and console video games) to concurrent engineering frameworks. Members of the Tigger Pride are expected to be hosted on top of bare hardware, (real-time) micro-kernels and conventional operating systems.
Author: CAHILL, VINNY; TANGNEY, BRENDAN
Other Titles:Proceedings of the 6th workshop on ACM SIGOPS European workshop
6th workshop on ACM SIGOPS European workshop
Type of material:Conference Paper
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