Data-intensive services for real-time systems
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Typically, a real-time system consists of a controlling system and a controlled system. In an automated factory, the controlled system is the factory floor with its robots, assembling stations, and the assembled parts, while the controlling system is the computer and human interfaces that manage and coordinate the activities on the factory floor. Thus, the controlled system can be viewed as the environment with which the computer interacts.
Handbook of Real-Time and Embedded Systems
Ramamritham, Krithi, Lisa Cingiser Dipippo, and Sang Hyuk Son. "Data-intensive services for real-time systems." Handbook of Real-Time and Embedded Systems , (2007): 24-1. https://digitalcommons.uri.edu/cs_facpubs/45