Definitions for "RTOS"
Real-Time Operating Systems
As instantly performing for demanded management from input devices and programs, ROTS makes that user couldn't recognize a time interval between demanding needs and making certain of result.
RTOS is software that manages the time of a microprocessor or microcontroller. Real-time systems are characterized by the fact that severe consequences can result if the logical and timing correctness properties of the system are not met. A real-time multitasking application is a system in which several time-critical activities must be processed simultaneously. A real-time multitasking kernel (also called a real-time operating system, RTOS) is software that ensures time-critical events are processed as efficiently as possible. The use of an RTOS generally simplifies the design process of a system by allowing the application to be divided into multiple independent elements called "tasks".
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