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jason bailey
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Any plans to work with Matlab? not sure if that's a good question but it's a question.

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What is the connection between Matlab and RTS?
 
jason bailey
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Hi

I was just thinking out loud really.

I suppose RTS is high speed/accurate timing which if often required in simulation/testing e.g engine combustion processes Vs time. If this information could be incorporated into Matlab possibly simulink then this could be interesting.

Maybe I need to read the book!

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Java RTS is about precision and timing, but not high-performance or high-speed. However, any Java SE application will work with Java RTS as it's a Java-compliant VM. You will need to make at least some minor modifications to the application for it to take advantage of the real-time components inside of Java RTS.
 
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