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Hot Topics in OS & DS

Seminar (3 CP/2 weekly hours) 0432 L 539 in WS 2016/17

News

News, slides, and other resources are available on the ISIS-page of the course [1]. Please register yourself using the module's registration form [2] in ISIS2.

Schedule

Day
Time
Room
Lecturer
Wednesday
10-12
EN 354
Daniel Graff

Start: 19.10.2016

Applicability

Informatik (MSc) and Technische Informatik (MSc): Equivalent to module Hot Topics in OS & DS

Summary

Cyber-physical systems are interactions between computing and non-computing elements. In the context of a multi-robot environment, coordination and collaboration among its individuals remains a major challenge. We propose a distributed operating system that treats robots as mobile resources and provides guaranteed resource allocation.

In order to achieve that scheduling of robots in space and time is necessary. This involves path planning, collision avoidance, vehicle routing. For smaller groups of robots a centralized scheduler is feasible. As the number of robots grows a central instance becomes inefficient. Therefore, hierarchical or decentralized scheduling approaches (incorporating path planning and vehice routing) gain importance.

Other topics are possible if they fit into our general research.

Topics

The seminar is strongly related to the current research at our department. Possible topics of the seminar are, but not limited to:

  • Space-time scheduling
  • Path planning
  • Collision avoidance
  • Vehicle routing
  • centralized, hierarchical or decentralized approaches
  • Development and analysis of algorithms
  • Distributed and parallel programming

Implementation

Attendees autonomously elaborate the state of the art in the respective research area and report about their gathered knowledge in an oral presentation as well as in a written seminar paper. 

Requirements

  • Active continuous attendance
  • Seminar presentation
  • Seminar paper

Ansprechpartner

Daniel Graff
+49 30 314-25102
Raum EN 358
E-Mail-Anfrage [3]

Ansprechpartner

Reinhardt Karnapke
+49 30 314-73388
Raum EN 357
E-Mail-Anfrage [4]

Module Descriptions

  • KBS-Module [5]
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