NET3001

Real-Time Systems

Network Technology

Year 3 Winter (0.5 Credits) | Carleton University

Principles of event-driven systems, review of computer organization; parallel and serial interfaces; programmable timer; I/O methods; polling and interrupts. Real-time kernels. Critical design consideration: concurrency, dead lock, synchronization. Maintaining and improving system performance. Programming exercises in low and high level languages. Includes: Experiential Learning Activity Also listed as PLT 3002.

Prerequisites: NET 2009

Lectures

Course Code
Day
Time
Room
Instructor
NET3001A
Thu
11:30 - 13:00
AP132
NET3001A
Tue
11:30 - 13:00
AP132

Tutorials

Course Code
Day
Time
Room
Instructor
NET3001A1
Tue
08:30 - 10:30
CB4105


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