Embedded Real-time Computing and ControlDF21300, 2009VT
Doctoral students in Computer Science, Computer Systems, and Control
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The goal of this course is to explore the interaction between the
disciplines of control and embedded systems. These two areas are
interfering in both directions. Control applications are commonly
implemented as real-time embedded systems. On the other hand, control
theory is more and more frequently used to solve resource management
problems in embedded systems, such as scheduling.
While, traditionally, control design and real-time systems
engineering have been approached completely separately, it is
becoming important to look at these two fields in their interaction.
Basic, undergraduate level knowledge in real-time systems and control.
- Introduction to Control.
- Interaction between control design and control implementation.
- Real-Time implementation of control algorithms (integrated control and scheduling).
- Control of Computer Systems (control theory based adaptive/flexible scheduling).
The course consists of lectures, a lab exercise, and student seminars.
Dr. Anton Cervin, Automatic Control, Lund University.
Petru Eles, Zebo Peng
Seminar presentation and written report.
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Last updated: 2012-05-03