The embedded and real-time space
This chapter introduces concepts of embedded and real-time programming and shows how Linux fits in. We point out that embedded systems are often resource constrained, and use unusual peripheral devices not often found in PCs. Real-time means that the system must respond to its environment in a predictable time, not necessarily fast, but predictable.
Embedded computing; real-time computing; open source; Linux; general public license
If you want to travel around the world and be invited to speak at a lot of different places, just write a Unix operating system.