Process architecture enabling object orientation and dynamic configuration for small embedded devices. Dynamic control of processes and communication channels
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Original versionProceedings of the 7th International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Embedded Computing and Communication Systems (Peccs 2017),Madrid: 24-26 July, 2017, 41-48
Embedded systems pose challenges such as limited memory and power budget. The list of mandatory functionality like connectivity, availability and remote configuration increase the software complexity and requires a more dynamic behaviour. This paper shows how to introduce object orientation to achieve dynamic configuration of processes and communication channels, better usage of RAM and more portable source code. This is implemented by a limited use of C++ without libraries in coexistence with existing C code.