Develop High-Performance Real-Time Systems with Multicore Technology


Learn how NI LabVIEW Real-Time takes advantage of symmetric multiprocessing (SMP). For real-time systems to fully take advantage of multicore processors, the real-time operating system must have a mechanism to preserve determinism while managing tasks on multiple cores. National Instruments LabVIEW Real-Time uses SMP to do just that. Obtain an overview of how LabVIEW Real-Time uses each core in a multicore system, how engineers can have low-level control to reserve an entire core for a high-priority task, and how you can visually analyze code using the Execution Trace Tool.

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