TDDD07 Real Time Systems (6 ECTS)
Real-time and embedded systems constitute over 90% of today's computing applications.
The goal of the course is to get an understanding of the issues involved in the design and implementation of real-time dependable systems, including distributed and networked applications.
The course brings together several theoretical topics on characterization of timeliness and dependability, and makes parts of the theory concrete in a specific application, i.e. Rescue robots, as lab exercises.
|2014‑11‑27||Lab session moved|
Please note that the lab session for group B on 1 December has been moved to Monday 8 December 13-17 (a mail has been sent out as well).
|2014‑11‑27||Muddy card summary available|
The summary of the muddycard evaluation is now available.
|2014‑11‑03||Updated course literature|
For students enrolled on the course in earlier years : please note that the distributed scheduling literature in the course has been replaced with a new article.
|2014‑10‑27||TDDD07 ht2 2014|
Welcome to the Real-time systems course! The first lecture will take place on Monday, November 3 at 13.15 in S41. The web pages are currently being updated.
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Last updated: 2014-11-03