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19 October 1987 Microcomputer Based Real-Time Control
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The paper discusses some aspects of real-time control with microcomputers and commerc-ially available computer-process interface hardware and accompanying software. A library of Turbo Pascal CALLable routines written to control the DT 2801 I/O board is described. In order to achieve on a microcomputer a real-time multitasking environment, MS DOS was combined with an inexpensive real-time executive. Development of a multivariable process control is discussed. Complete Turbo Pascal programs performing controlling and alarm generating functions are presented.
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R. Z. Zurawski and D. K. L. Wong "Microcomputer Based Real-Time Control", Proc. SPIE 0855, IECON '87: Small Computer Applications--Hardware and Software, (19 October 1987); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.942995
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