Adaptive Multilevel Middleware for Object Systems
Final rept., Mar 2003-Dec 2006
BBN TECHNOLOGIES CAMBRIDGE MA
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The ARMS program researched and developed state-of-the-art technologies in dynamic quality of service and resource management, and applied them to the challenges of modern total ship Naval computing platforms. The program was organized in two phases, with Phase 1 concentrating on the research of underlying multi-layered resource management concepts and the design and prototyping of an integrated multi-layer resource management MLRM capability. Phase 2 then concentrated on additional research in areas building upon this MLRM capability, to develop significantly greater capabilities in the areas of resource and QoS management algorithms and MLRM fault tolerance, and to transition ARMS technologies to the Naval Program of Record PoR. This report describes the research, development, and transition activities and results of the BBN Technologies project within the ARMS program.
- Computer Programming and Software
- Marine Engineering