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Author(s): Aditya Thakare | Prachi Deshmukh | Shraddha Kawane | Yogesh Sarda

Journal: International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing
ISSN 2320-088X

Volume: 2;
Issue: 5;
Start page: 129;
Date: 2013;
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Keywords: Embedded Operating System | Real-time | Kernel Sharing | Multi-Operating Environment | Extensive Features | Middleware | Data Sharing | Resource sharing

ABSTRACT
Operating Systems are designed and optimized based on specific Environmental needs. Themobile operating systems are built to provide real-time applications and the desktop applications are built toprovide extensive processing features. A multicore smartphone can be made available with theadvantages/features associated with a mobile-specific embedded operating system and other general-purposeoperating system without losing performance. The system is a middleware software system which helps userto change the operating environment. It consists of a multicore smartphone with two, co-existing, andindependent environments (mobile/desktop) interacting with a common kernel. The system presents thedesktop environment to the user when docked to a docking station or runs as a simple smartphone whenundocked.
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