Distributed virtual instrumentation architecture

TitleDistributed virtual instrumentation architecture
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2001
AuthorsGroza, V., V. Cretu, M. Bogoevici, and E. M. Petriu
Conference NameSensor for Industry, 2001, Proceedings of the 1st ISA/IEEE Conference
Pagination177 -180
Keywordscommand and control systems, command/control applications, computerised monitoring, data acquisition, distributed environments, distributed processing, distributed virtual instrumentation architecture, monitoring applications, object-oriented approach, object-oriented methods, real-time data acquisition, real-time Java, real-time remote processing, real-time systems, virtual instrumentation
Abstract

This paper presents a virtual instrumentation architecture that was conceived by these authors to address specific issues of real-time data acquisition and remote processing in distributed environments for monitoring or C2 (command and control) applications. An object-oriented approach is considered to make full use of the state-of-the-art design and development techniques and technologies. An implementation based on Real-Time Java is considered to proving the architecture viability

URLhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1109/SFICON.2001.968525
DOI10.1109/SFICON.2001.968525

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