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FreertosReal-Time Operating System (RTOS)Scheduling AlgorithmsScheduling (Computing)

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Woche
1
3 Stunden zum Abschließen

Introduction to Real-Time Systems

Here is where it all starts! We will make a brave attempt to start your future career in real-time systems! This week starts by learning the basic building stones in real-time systems and the system parameters required to successfully construct a real-time system. We introduce you to the corner stone of real-time systems, namely the scheduler – and its task in real-time schedules. You learn also what kind of real-time guarantees are needed in which systems. Concretely, you will learn (1) What is needed to create a real-time system (2) Where real-time requirements are needed. (3) The task and job structure and the parameters needed to schedule a task. (4) Difference between pre-emptive and non-pre-emptive tasks. This course is also part of a Blended Master Programme in Embedded Systems. ...
6 Videos (Gesamt 42 min), 1 Lektüre, 3 Quiz
6 Videos
The Concepts of Real-Time Systems6m
The Concept of Real-TimeTasks10m
The Principles of Scheduling7m
Real-Time Pre-emption10m
FreeRTOS "Hello World" Tutorial4m
1 Lektüre
FreeRTOS API10m
1 praktische Übung
Quiz 116m
Woche
2
3 Stunden zum Abschließen

Static Scheduling

In this week we start to actually do some scheduling. We firstly have a look at the simplest type of scheduler – the clock driven scheduler. After this we deepen our learning with the fixed priority scheduler and the monotonic schedulers. We learn how the priorities are determined using these schedulers and we learn when/when not to use these schedulers. Secondly we learn how to determine if a system is overloaded in order to validate schedules without complete system simulation.Concretely, after attending this week you will be able to: (1) Schedule a set of tasks with the clock driven scheduler, with the fixed priority scheduler, with the monotonic schedulers. (2) Determine if a system is overloaded using the total-utilization method and the Urm method. (3) Program FreeRTOS to schedule a set of tasks using the fixed priority scheduler ...
7 Videos (Gesamt 44 min), 2 Quiz
7 Videos
Clock Driven Scheduling - Implementation4m
Cyclic Structured Scheduling - The Concept6m
Cyclic Structured Scheduling - Example5m
Fixed Priority Scheduling7m
Monotonic Scheduling - The Concept7m
Monotonic Scheduling - Example6m
1 praktische Übung
Quiz 216m
Woche
3
3 Stunden zum Abschließen

Dynamic Scheduling

In the previous week we learned the limitations of the total-utilization method and the Urm method. We start this week off by extending these tests to tasks with short response times. The new method is also, as usual, used in practice! We then focus on improving the optimality of real-time schedules. This is done by learning the principles behind dynamic scheduling methods. Two new schedulers using the dynamic scheduling principle is learned and used in practice with a few examples; the LST scheduler and the EDF scheduler.Concretely, you will learn: (1) How to determine feasibility of a set of tasks using the time demand analysis method. (2) How to schedule a set of tasks using LST and EDF. (3) To determine when a dynamic scheduler is appropriate and when it is not appropriate....
5 Videos (Gesamt 35 min), 2 Quiz
5 Videos
Tasks with Short Response Time - Example8m
Dynamic Priority Scheduling7m
Earliest Deadline First Theory5m
Earliest Deadline First Example7m
1 praktische Übung
Quiz 316m
Woche
4
3 Stunden zum Abschließen

Non-Periodic Jobs

All things are easy and nice when not caring about non-periodic jobs. When including non-periodic jobs, the schedulers must take these into account to make a feasible schedule, which we learn this week. The problem is that a non-periodic job can arrive at any time, even if a periodic job is already scheduled. We learn both how to optimize a schedule for non-periodic jobs and how to validate a schedule when non-periodic jobs arrive to the schedule. Concretely, we will learn: (1) How to use the slack stealing method to optimize a schedule with non-periodic jobs (2) How to use the LRT scheduler to optimize a schedule with non-periodic jobs (3) How to use the deferrable server to optimize a schedule with non-periodic jobs (4) Formally verify a schedule with non-periodic jobs ...
6 Videos (Gesamt 40 min), 2 Quiz
6 Videos
Aperiodic Jobs - Example4m
Sporadic Jobs - The Concept7m
Sporadic Jobs - Example7m
The Deferrable Server Theory5m
The Deferrable Server Example8m
1 praktische Übung
Quiz 412m
Woche
5
4 Stunden zum Abschließen

Real-Time Operating Systems

This week is what we all have been waiting for! We will deepen our learning of FreeRTOS, its kernel and the functionalities. We demonstrate the importance of predictable computer architectures for example when determining the context switch and factors influencing this overhead. As we head towards the future, we finish this course by introducing you to multi-core real-time systems and scheduling methods for multi-core real-time systems. Concretely, you will learn: (1) The internal mechanisms of FreeRTOS, for example mutexes/semaphores and message queues. (2) Multi-core computer architectures for real-time systems. (3) Multi-core scheduling methods....
5 Videos (Gesamt 36 min), 2 Quiz
5 Videos
The FreeRTOS Kernel6m
Multi-Core Real-Time Systems7m
Multi-Core Scheduling - Shared Resources6m
Multi-Core Scheduling - Scheduling Methods8m
1 praktische Übung
Quiz 512m
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von LPJul 12th 2017

Real-Time systems are very demanded nowadays. Excellent course to review some aspects in this field or to learn everything from the beginning.

von GTApr 23rd 2018

I feel having in depth analysis on various scheduling algorithms would be helpful. I have learnt many things from this course.

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EIT Digital is a pan-European organization whose mission is to foster digital technology innovation and entrepreneurial talent for economic growth and quality of life. By linking education, research and business, EIT Digital empowers digital top talents for the future. EIT Digital provides online and blended Innovation and Entrepreneurship education to raise quality, increase diversity and availability of the top-level content provided by 20 leading technical universities around Europe. The universities deliver a unique blend of the best of technical excellence and entrepreneurial skills and mindset to digital engineers and entrepreneurs at all stages of their careers. The academic partners support Coursera’s bold vision to enable anyone, anywhere, to transform their lives by accessing the world’s best learning experience. This means that EIT Digital gradually shares parts of its entrepreneurial and academic education programmes to demonstrate its excellence and make it accessible to a much wider audience. EIT Digital’s online education portfolio can be used as part of blended education settings, in both Master and Doctorate programmes, and for professionals as a way to update their knowledge. EIT Digital offers an online programme in 'Internet of Things through Embedded Systems'. Achieving all certificates of the online courses and the specialization provides an opportunity to enroll in the on campus program and get a double degree. Please visit https://www.eitdigital.eu/eit-digital-academy/ ...

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