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OSADL Book Series

OSADL Academic Works

Book cover Vol. 1 of OSADL Academic works: Linux in Safety-Critical Applications by Roland Kammerer
Vol. 1: Linux in Safety-Critical Applications by Roland Kammerer
Book cover Vol. 2 of OSADL Academic works: The SCART Hardware-Software Interface by Martin Walter
Vol. 2: The SCART Hardware-Software Interface by Martin Walter
Book cover Vol. 3 of OSADL Academic works: Hypervisor-based Composable Systems for the Automotive Industry by Andreas Platschek
Vol. 3: Hypervisor-based Composable Systems for the Automotive Industry by Andreas Platschek
Book cover Vol. 4 of OSADL Academic works: Concept of a Centralized User Configuration (CUC) in Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) for Industrial Use Cases by Martin Polster
Vol. 4: Concept of a Centralized User Configuration (CUC) in Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) for Industrial Use Cases by Martin Polster

"Bridging the gap between academics and industry"

Bridging the gap between academic work and industrial practice, OSADL encourages and assists researchers to publish academic work in this book series to make the results of academic research available to a larger audience. For details about the conditions and procedures, please contact the editorsªosadl.org.

About the editors

Carsten Emde has a long history of professional activities in the field of real-time and embedded operating systems. He has been managing OSADL since its founding. The quality assessment test center he established at OSADL has made significant contributions to Linux with a special focus on real-time capabilities and real-time communication.

Thomas Gleixner is one of the leading kernel developers; among others, he is the maintainer of the Linux x86 architecture tree and the real-time and timer-related components.

Nicholas Mc Guire is an internationally recognized expert for embedded and real-time systems. Since 2004, he is specializing on safety and pushing the use of Linux and Open Source for safety-critical systems. He is the coordinator and technical expert behind OSADL's SIL2LinuxMP project that aims to provide processes and documents for certification of Linux-based embedded systems at safety integrity level 2.

Caren Kresse has a profound academic background and has developed an extensive knowledge base on the practical application of Open Source software. She is working on the various factors for using Open Source successfully and compliantly in industry. Her specialties include conducting workshops as well as creating and editing training material and textbooks.