Currently the only documentation available for jRate consists of the following:
- jRate Documentation at SourceForge, including a "Common Pitfalls" document on building jRate from sources
- jRate Design Documentation
- jRate Performance Notes
- Older jRate Documentation, including design documentation
- jRate's JavaDoc-Generated APIs (stable, SVN)
- The Real-Time Specification for Java
Here is a list of papers that we have published on jRate and RTSJ-related topics:
- A. Corsaro, R. K. Cytron, "Efficient Memory-Reference Checks for Real-Time Java", To appear at the "ACM SIGPLAN Conference On Languages, Compilers, and Tools for Embedded Systems", LCTES 2003. [pdf]
- A. Corsaro, D. C. Schmidt, "The Design and Performace of Real-Time Java Middleware", Submitted to the "Transaction of Parallel and Distributed Systems, Special Issue on Middleware, Editor Rachid Guerraoui". [pdf]
- A. Corsaro, D. C. Schmidt, "The Design and Performance of the jRate Real-Time Java Implementation", Appeared at "The 4th International Symposium on Distributed Objects and Applications", DOA 2002. [pdf]
- A. Corsaro, D. C. Schmidt, "Evaluating Real-Time Java Features and Performance for Real-Time Embedded Systems", Appeared at "The 8th IEEE Real-Time and Embedded Technology and Applications Symposium", RTAS 2002. [pdf]
Here is a list of presentations about jRate or Real-Time Java:
- "Real-Time Java" - Seminar on Real-Time Java at the Engineering Department of the University La Sapienza, March 2003, Rome, Italy (ppt).
- "Real-Time Java" - Panel Session on Real-Time Java at RTAS 2002, San Jose, CA (ppt).
- "Design and Performance of jRate: The Chameleonic Real-Time Java" - Seminar at the Computing Department of the Lancaster University, Lancaster, September 2002 (ppt).
More documentation, including example of usage of the RTSJ API will be coming soon. A good starting point to see how some of the RTSJ features can be used could be that of taking a look at RTJPerf which is available here.