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Real-Time Systems I (Summer Semester 2017)

General Course Information:

The course will provide understanding in the nature of real-time systems and why and how they differ from standard computing systems. It gives an overview of the major types of resource allocation schemes and addresses issues in QoS management.

Areas covered:

  • Real-time, real-time systems and models, applications
  • Types and properties of real-time systems
  • Scheduling of periodic tasks
  • Real-time Operating Systems
  • Real-time Networks
  • QoS Management, mediaprocessing
  • The international research community, conferences, in addition to the scientific contents
  • Brief information about related project going on at the department.

 

Information for [Summer Semester 2017]

Lecturers

  • Prof. Gerhard Fohler
  • Dipl.-Ing. Kristin Krüger
  • International Guest Lecturers

More information can be found in KIS.

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Lecture starts on 25th of April.

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