Monthly Archives: February 2010

The Next Generation of Real-Time System Architectures (part 3/5)

Architecture The architecture of the system can now be broken down in several components. Let’s assume that a system consists of: Applications Connectors Network Each application is implementing a part of the total system functionality. Some may implement multiple functions,

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Management quote from 210 BC

Read it on a parchment in some office:

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The Next Generation of Real-Time System Architectures (part 2/5)

A data centric approach Since the problem lies in functional dependence between modules, it is logical to see that cause of this dependence lies in knowledge coupling between the modules. The design of a module is often influenced by in

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Conflict management: the red line

I learned an interesting thing the other day, one can literally express someone’s emotional state in a graph. Everyone that has been in a conflict management situation knows that at some point, the process of communication has become more important

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Apeldoorn’s 8km run

I was one of the zillion people running around the beautiful city of Apeldoorn

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The Next Generation of Real-Time System Architectures (part 1/5)

Current generations of real-time architectures have a hard time in terms of flexibility, scalability etc. This is the first article in a series of my thoughts on how to improve this.

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New personal record on Apeldoorn’s 8km run

RunKeeper Shared Fitness | Running Activity.

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