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Operating System Project and Seminar

Project and Seminar (9 CP/6 SWS) 0432 L 567 in WS 2012/13

Notice

News, slides, and other resources are available on the ISIS-page of the course [1]. There is also a mandatory registration [2].

Schedule

Day
Time
Room
Lecturer
Tuesday
14-16
HFT 441
Graff/Schönherr
Limited number of participants!

Start: 16.10.2012

Applicability

  • Informatik (Diplom): Study area BKS
  • Technische Informatik (Diplom): Catalogue Technical Applications
  • Informatik (MSc) and Technische Informatik (MSc): Equivalent to module MINF-SE-OSPJ [3]

Summary

Inspired by nature, a current research field in informatics are swarms of mobile robots. In this context our department is involved in the development of an operating system for swarms of mobile robots. The scheduler is an essential element of this swarm operating system. In contrast to classical operating systems our applications have – additional to time constraints – also restrictions in space: execute application at location X at time Y.

In the context of this project students shall design, analyze, implement and evaluate algorithms suitable for this space-time scheduling on resource-constrained systems. A mobile robot swarm and a simulator are available for the evaluation.

Topics

Depending on the concrete realization of the project, the following topics are going to be touched:

  • Existing approaches for space-time scheduling
  • Development and analysis of algorithms
  • Resource-constrained systems
  • Distributed and parallel programming
  • System programming

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 results

Prerequisites

  • Good programming knowledge
  • Being interested in algorithms

Contact

Daniel Graff
+49 30 314-25102
Raum EN 358
E-Mail-Anfrage [4]

Contact

Jan Schoenherr
+49 30 314-79833
Raum EN 356
E-Mail-Anfrage [5]

Modulbeschreibungen

  • KBS-Module [6]
  • Modulbeschreibung Betriebssystempraktikum 19.09.2017 [7]
  • Modulbeschreibung Embedded Operating Systems 19.09.2017 [8]
  • Modulbeschreibung Grundlagen der Rechnersicherheit 19.09.2017 [9]
  • Modulbeschreibung Hot Topics in Operating Systems and Distributed Systems 19.09.2017 [10]
  • Modulbeschreibung Information Security Management 19.09.2017 [11]
  • Modulbeschreibung IT Security Lab Vulnerability Assessment 19.09.2017 [12]
  • Modulbeschreibung KBS Bachelor Projekt 19.09.2017 [13]
  • Modulbeschreibung KBS Bachelor Seminar 19.09.2017 [14]
  • Modulbeschreibung Operating System Design 19.09.2017 [15]
  • Modulbeschreibung Operating System Project Seminar 19.09.2017 [16]
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