|Betriebssysteme · Institut für Systemarchitektur · Fakultät Informatik · TU Dresden|
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About this lecture:
Real-time systems are an area in computer science that touch many of the classical ones. They include computer architecture (e.g. bus design), operating systems (of course ;), programming languages (Ada, RT-Java, ...) , software engineering, users (multimedia, car electronics) and up to theoretical computer science (state charts). Processor scheduling, a synonym for real-time systems in many universities, is a real part of real-time systems.
In this lecture we try to at least briefly visit all the fields related to real-time systems.
There are at least two very good books:
For example, we omit much of the scheduling theory and mathematics because it is covered in-depth by the lecture Quantitative Methoden given by Dr. Hamann. This lecture is very recommended as an addendum!
Due to the mentioned reasons the lecture will be a bit heterogeneous and it is unlikely that we will achieve a complete coverage of the topic although we now have a fair bit of experience with the lecture..
There's a mailing list for the lecture, it's advised that all listeners of the lecture subscribe (only *.tu-dresden.de addresses allowed): rts2008.
6. Feb 2009
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