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RTS Laboratory WS 14/15


General Course Information:

Course Content

This lab will deepen the understanding of operating systems and strengthening of real-time topics.
Experiments include:

  • Processes and threads in operating systems
  • Device accesses
  • Real-time Operating System nxtOSEK
  • Resource management under Linux with Sched_EDF
  • MPEG-2

Literature

For each experiment, there will be a description with fundamental basics to understand the experiment.

Administrative Information

Registration for the lab will be open from August, 4th, 8 a.m. until October 30th, 12 a.m. Because of limited hardware resources, we will assign available places by first come first serve and send you an email after the registration period.

After each experiment, each group has to hand in a solution of the experiment questions in written form.

The five experiment topics will be covered by 12 appointments during the semester.

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.

The five experiments are covered by twelve appointments – three of them have two parts:

  1. Weeks from 03.11.14 to 14.11.14 Experiment 1: Processes and Threads
  2. Weeks from 17.11.14 to 05.12.14 Experiment 2: Devices (part 1+2)
  3. Weeks from 08.12.14 to 19.12.14 Experiment 3: OSEK
  4. Weeks from 05.01.15 to 23.01.15 Experiment 4: Resource Management (part 1+2)
  5. Weeks from 26.01.15 to 06.02.15 Experiment 5: Quality-aware Frame Skipping (part 1+2)

 

Information for WS 14/15

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More information can be found in KIS.

For registration please use OpenOLAT.

OpenOLAT access

Since seats are full, students may only register for the waiting list.

Thanks for your understanding.

 

 

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