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TDDD07 Real Time Systems (6 ECTS)

Ht2 2018


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.

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2019‑08‑05  Retake session for lab moments
 

Students who need to retake some lab moments will be given a possibility to do so in the next retake period for the course, on the 26th August. Please contact the course assistant in advance to agree on a timeslot.


2019‑04‑10  Retake session for lab moments
 

Students who need to retake some lab moments will be given a possibility to do so in the next retake period for the course, on the 24th and 25th April. Please contact your lab assistant in advance to agree on a date/time.


2018‑11‑26  Summary of the muddy cards
 

A summary of the muddy cards for this semester can now be found under the Muddy cards tab.


2018‑10‑12  Lab groups
 

Please note that Lab group C will only be created and filled if enough students are attending the course.


2018‑10‑01  TDDD07 ht2 2018
 

Welcome to the Real-time systems course! The first lecture will take place on Monday, November 5 at 13.15 in room R36. The web pages are currently being updated.



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Last updated: 2018-10-22