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MR-1 MR-1 Exam Review Test Conditions Closed Book, Closed Notes May use 216 mm × 280 mm note sheet, eyes only . Calculator allowed. No electronic organizers, computers, or other devices . . . . . . that can store significant amounts of text. Test Format and Topics Duration, 50 minutes, this room, Wednesday 17 March 1999. Exam starts 8:40. One or two problems and one set of short-answer questions. Material up to and including operating systems overview. How to Allocate Study Time: 50% Working on conditioning problems. 25% How transducers and sensors work and OS basics. 25% Miscellaneous. (Units, parts of RTS, etc.) MR-1 EE 4770 Lecture Transparency. Formatted 9:43, 15 March 1999 from lslimr. MR-1
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MR-2 MR-2 This Review: Overview of Real Time Systems Conditioning Problems Sensors, Transducers, and Physical Quantities Circuits OS Overview Overview MR-2 EE 4770 Lecture Transparency. Formatted 9:43, 15 March 1999 from lslimr. MR-2
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MR-3 MR-3 Overview of Real Time Systems Parts of RTS Sensor, Actuator, Process, Computer Know how each part fits into whole system. Know how RT computer hardware and software . . . . . . are different than general purpose computer and software. Challenges in Building a RTS Specification, testing, evaluating reliability.
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