Java Based Real Time Programming
by Klas Nilsson
Publisher: Lunds Universitet 2016
Number of pages: 128
This book documents how to carry out safe, flexible, portable and free programming of embedded systems, such that the software without modifications can run on both small embedded devices as well as on standard Java platform.
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