Real-Time Systems

Course Description

This course focuses on abstract models of algorithms and their applications to real-time operating systems and the resource management and quality of service issues that arise, and construct sample applications on representative platforms. As part of the course students will complete a series of real-time simulations. The course is designed to prepare students to understand the theoretical background and some of the practical applications in the field of real-time systems.

Learning Outcomes

  • Evaluate the suitability of an operating system for real-time applications.
  • Analyze the important characteristics of real-time systems.
  • Evaluate real-time systems’ requirements, design, and performance.
  • Assess requirements for real time systems.

Prerequisites

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