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TDDD07 Real Time Systems (6 ECTS)

Ht2 2021


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.

Latest News...


2021‑11‑19   
 

The muddy cards summary for 2021 is now posted.


2021‑11‑05   
 

The slides for the labs presentation is now available under the lectures and lessons tab. Also, the mapping of exercises and lesson time has been updated.


2021‑11‑01   
 

The Real-time system compendium has now a new reference number. You can find it as well as information on how to order it in the Literature section.


2021‑10‑20   
 

Welcome to the Real-time Systems course! The first lecture will be on Monday, November 1st at 13.15 in room R22. The web pages are currently being updated.


2021‑10‑06   
 

The 2021 edition of the course is currently planned to be physically on campus. Any deviations from this will be announced during lecture 1.



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