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AbstractThis paper overviews the Research Environment for Vehicle-Embedded Analysis on Linux (REVEAL), which is an open standards framework for the creation and deployment of realtime embedded and network distributed data systems. REVEAL is an ongoing project at NASA Dryden to evaluate the feasibility and benefits of using Linux in a modern generic web-enabled data system for measurement and telemetry network research, by actually building such a system. Novel features are described, such as XML based self-configuring, self-verifying and self-documenting software, and automatic XML metadata generation. The REVEAL architecture is described, including the core server and scheduler, and the management of system and user job processing. Performance, timing, determinism, and security issues are discussed, as well as the advantages and limitations of Linux.
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