A basic real-time operating system for Ti-960A minicomputer

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1979
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Presented in this thesis is a real-time operating system for process control applications in which a fixed number of concurrent tasks are executed periodically with frequencies chosen by the operator. The computer used is a Texas Instruments Model 960A processor, with 16K 16- bit word memory, an interval timer, a teletype, and two cassette drives. Major functions included in this real-time operating system are interrupt handler, scheduler, clock process, operator communication process, and supervisor call subroutines. A source listing of this operating system is included.

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