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RTS Laboratory WS 16/17

General Course Information:

Course Content

This lab will deepen the understanding of topics related to operating systems (like processes, threads, synchronization, I/O handling, etc) and real-time systems (like server algorithms, resource management, video decoding, real-time operating system, etc).
The five experiments are covered by 10 appointments.
1. Processes and Threads
2. Linux Drivers (part 1+2+3)
3. OSEK (part 1+2)
4. Resource Management (part 1+2)
5. Quality-aware Frame Skipping (part 1+2)


For each experiment, a description with fundamental basics to understand the experiment will be provided in the OLAT page (see below).

Administrative Information

ECTS Credits: 5
Instruction Language: English
Prerequisite: C/C++/Embedded C

Registration for the lab will be open from now until 28th October, 12 a.m (Please find the link below). Because of limited hardware resources, we will assign available places on first come first serve basis. At the end of registration period, a confirmation email will be sent to the successfully registered students.
In the beginning of each appointment, the preparation tasks of the experiment topic will be tested. Without passing the tests, the experiments cannot be started and have to be repeated. Failing a test is only possible once. After a second failed test, the entire lab is failed and can be repeated in the next winter-semester. After completing each experiment, each group (of 2) has to hand in a solution of the experiment questions in written form.



Information for WS 16/17

More information can be found in KIS.

For registration please use OpenOLAT.

OpenOLAT access



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