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Building a Real-Time Operating System on top of the Adaptive Domain Environment for Operating Systems
The Adaptive Domain Environment for Operating Systems (Adeos) was designed to offer the
capability of sharing the hardware between multiple operating systems. This can in turn
be used to create a real-time domain which has priority on all other domains. Leveraging
Adeos' capabilities, the real-time operating system would share the hardware with the
other execution domains but would have the advantage to be the first in the interrupt pipeline.