Wainer's Publications with ARSLab

Publications in 1996
481- "Using an extension of the Dining Philosophers problem to analyze problems in real-time systems (in Spanish)", Gabriel A. Wainer, Proceedings of the XXII Latin-American Conference on Informatics. Bogot√°, Colombia - 1996
 
Publications in 1995
482- "Implementing Real-Time Scheduling in a Time-Sharing Operating System", Gabriel A. Wainer, Proceedings of the 3rd IFAC/IFIP Workshop of Algorithms and Architectures for Real-Time Control (AARTC), Oostend, Belgium - 1995

483- "Implementing Real-Time services in MINIX", Gabriel A. Wainer, ACM Operating Systems Review, Volume 9, Number 3, page 75--84 - July 1995 pap_sig.pdf

484- "Some Results on Experimental Evaluation of Real-Time Scheduling", Gabriel A. Wainer, Proceedings of the XXI Latin-American Conference on Informatics, Canela, Brazil - 1995 PAP_CLEI.pdf
 
Publications in 1994
485- "Including hard real-time mechanisms in a time-sharing operating system (in Spanish)", Gabriel A. Wainer, Proceedings of the II Chilean Congress of Computer Science. , Concepción, Chile. - 1994
 
Publications in 1993
486- "SSDT: a tool to build real-time supervisory systems", Gabriel A. Wainer, Proceedings of the I Chilean Congress of Computer Science. , La Serena, Chile - 1993
 
Publications in 1992
487- "A survey of the results of using MINIX as a teaching tool in Operating Systems Courses", Gabriel A. Wainer, Proceedings of the XII International Conference of the SCCC, Santiago, Chile. - 1992

488- "Using MINIX as a teaching tool in Operating Systems Courses", Gabriel A. Wainer, Magazine of the International Network of Human Resources CICC, Tokyo, Japan - 1992 AIS04-CellDEVS.pdf
 
Publications in 1991
489- "Using MINIX as a teaching tool in Operating Systems Courses (in Spanish)", Gabriel A. Wainer, Proceedings of the 21st Argentine Conference on Informatics and Operations Research., Buenos Aires, Argentina - 1991


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