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The authors have previously proposed PTIDES (Programming Temporally Integrated Distributed Embedded Systems), a discrete event framework that binds realtime with model time at sensors, actuators, and network interfaces. In this experimental effort the authors focus on performance issues and tradeoffs in PTIDES implementation. This paper addresses event processing performance with respect to other distributed discrete-event approaches that can be applied in a similar setting. The procedure is experimentally evaluated on a distributed setup with standard software and networking components.
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