Special Real Time Operating System

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Special Real Time Operating System (SRTOS) is a discontinued IBM real time operating system, originally designed for use in the electricity industry, but later also applied in other areas of industrial process control.[1][2][3] It formed part of the Realtime Plant Management System (RPMS) and Advanced Control System (ACS).[3][4] Rather than a standalone operating system, it was designed as an extension to the OS/VS1 and OS/VS2 (later MVS) operating systems.[1][4] It was also used in the paper industry.[5] SRTOS was originally released in 1976,[1] but continued to be used through the 1980s.

References

  1. ^ a b c IBM System/370 Special Real Time Operating System Programming RPQ Z06751 Description and Operation Manual (PDF). IBM. November 1984. Retrieved 2016-09-24. 
  2. ^ Mini/Micro Northeast conference record. Electronics Conventions. 1984. p. 38. OCLC 10327934. 
  3. ^ a b Advances in Instrumentation: Proceedings of the ISA International Conference and Exhibit, Volume 43, Parts 1-4, Instrument Society of America, 1988, p. 104
  4. ^ a b IBM, ADVANCED CONTROL SYSTEM VERSION 2 AND REALTIME PLANT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM, ZP86-0320, September 2, 1986
  5. ^ Tappi Journal (Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry), 1991, p. 270
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