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Operating System Project and Seminar

Project (12 CP/8 weekly hours) 0432 L 567 in SS 2018

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Registration: ISIS

All further information, forums, and slides can be found on the course's webpage on the learning platform ISIS

Dates

Dates
Day
Time
Room
Lecturer
Tue 
10 - 12 am
EN 354
Nabelsee/Sydow
Fri
10 - 12 am
EN 354
Nabelsee/Sydow

 

Start: April 17th, 2018

Applicability

Informatik, Technische Informatik, ICT Innovation (MSc): Mandatory course in module Operating System Project

Topics

  • Smart-Phone based P2P recommendation system about teachers preserving student's privacy

 

The project investigates applying state of the art peer to peer technologies to achieve secure communication between participants to leverage crowd wisdom preserving the privacy of each peer.

 

  • Graphical programming to boost parallelism through design patterns

 

Futures is an innovative concept for task communication in the safe programming language Rust. The project investigates how to exploit it this concept to achieve high parallelism in a user friendly way, specially using graphical views.

Stream Processing allows inherently good parallelseim.

PiCo (Pipeline Composition) is an environment, for this programming model using C++ as base language.

The project investigates the usability of this model and ways to provide a proper graphical representation.

 

  • Worst case execution time analysis for real time systems: current state and tools

 

Worst case execution time (WCET) analysis is the foundation for predictability in real-time applications.

The project investigates current approaches in runtime analysis of real-time applications . This covers execution models, tools and methods suitable for modern architectures (e.g. ARM, MIPS).

We are especially interested in the behavior of memory access patterns, searching through structured data and indexing.

 

 

Learning outcomes

  • Successful teamwork
  • Self-organization (roles, mile stones, interfaces, …)
  • Insight into current research

Deliverables

  • Active continuous attendance
  • Seminar presentation
  • Seminar paper
  • Successful participation in the project
  • Technical documentation
  • Presentation of project results