Effect of some software design patterns on real time software performance

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2010
Ayata, Mesut
In this thesis, effects of some software design patterns on real time software performance will be investigated. In real time systems, performance requirements are critical. Real time system developers usually use functional languages to meet the requirements. Using an object oriented language may be expected to reduce performance. However, if suitable software design patterns are applied carefully, the reduction in performance can be avoided. In this thesis, appropriate real time software performance metrics are selected and used to measure the performance of real time software systems.

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M. Ayata, “Effect of some software design patterns on real time software performance,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2010.