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Unformatted text preview: FR-1FR-1Exam ReviewTest ConditionsClosed Book, Closed NotesMay use 216 mm×280 mm note sheet,eyes only.Calculator allowed.No electronic organizers, PDAs, computers, or other devices. . .. . .that can store significant amounts of text.Test Format and TopicsDuration, 120 minutes, this room, Friday 7 May 1999.Exam time 10:00-12:00 (noon).Three problems and one set of short-answer questions.Comprehensive.FR-1EE 4770 Lecture Transparency. Formatted9:53,30 April 1999 from lslifr.FR-1FR-2FR-2How to Allocate Study Time:10% How an OS works.15% How interrupts work.25% Solve timing problems.25% Working on conditioning problems.10% How transducers and sensors work.15% Miscellaneous.How To PrepareStudy material.If necessary, re-solve this semester’s homework assignments.Solvepast homework and exam problems.N.B.,solving a problem is notthe same as memorizing a solution.FR-2EE 4770 Lecture Transparency. Formatted9:53,30 April 1999 from lslifr.FR-2FR-3FR-3This Review:•Overview of Real Time Systems•Conditioning Problems•Sensors, Transducers, and Physical Quantities•Circuits•Error•OS Overview•Task Scheduling•Interrupt Mechanism•Interrupt Timing•Priority Assignment•Schedulability Tests•Resource Blocking and DeadlockFR-3EE 4770 Lecture Transparency. Formatted9:53,30 April 1999 from lslifr.FR-3FR-4FR-4Overview of Real Time SystemsParts of RTSSensor, Actuator, Process, ComputerKnow how each part fits into whole system.Know how RT computer hardware and software. . .. . .are different than general purpose computer and software....
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This note was uploaded on 12/11/2011 for the course EE 4770 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '99 term at LSU.
- Fall '99