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EE 4770 Lecture Notes Generated from file lsli01.dvi. This page was generated using an imperfect translator. Text may be poorly positioned and mathematics will be barely readable. Illustrations will not show at all. If possible, view the PostScript or PDF versions of these notes. 01-1 EE 4770: Real Time Computing Systems * * 01-1 Course: (Spring 1999) Room 2161 CEBA Monday Wednesday Friday 8:40-9:30 Call Number 1321 Web Page: http://www.ee.lsu.edu/ee4770 Prerequisite: EE 3750, Microprocessor Systems (or equivalent.). Offered By: David M. Koppelman 349 EE Building (225) 388-5482 koppel@ee.lsu.edu http://www.ee.lsu.edu/koppel Monday and Thursday 13:30-16:00 (tentative office hours). Teaching Assistant: Jian Zhang zjian@ee.lsu.edu Room 150 EE Building, Desk G56. Office Hours: Mon, Wed 10:30-12:00, Fr 10:30-12:30 Phone: 388-4835. Graded Material: 40% Midterm Examination. 40% Final Examination. (Cumulative.) 20% Homework. About one assignment every two weeks. Lowest homework grade will be dropped. 01-1 EE 4770 Lecture Transparency. Formatted 14:19, 12 January 1999 from lsli0* *1. 01-1 01-2 Real Time Computing System Definition * * 01-2
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Real Time System (RTS) A computer-controlled mechanism in which there are strict__ timing____ constraints______on the computer's actions. Examples: - Automobile. - Chemical reactor. - Home bread maker. Material to be Covered in The Course Hardware: - Sensors. For detecting light, temperature, etc. - Conditioning circuits. For converting sensor output to a useful form. - Computer-interrupt hardware. For getting the computer's attention. Software: - Real-time software organization and features. - Estimating timing of RT programs. - Scheduling RT programs to meet deadlines. 01-2 EE 4770 Lecture Transparency. Formatted 14:19, 12 January 1999 from lsli0* *1. 01-2 01-3 Background and Prerequisites * * 01-3 Background Needed for Course Prerequisite: 3750, Microprocessor Systems
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Digital logic and computer organization. Computer programming (no particular language).
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