Review of an embedded system without OS, Software components: startup code, boot loader, kernel, applications. Realtime concepts for embedded systems, Basic OS constructs Semaphores, Mutex, Queues, Tasks, and Scheduler, Introduction to a real-time kernel, scheduling policies, mutual exclusion, and synchronization, inter-task control flow, inter-task data flow, memory management, interrupt processing.
Linux for embedded applications: an overview of Linux kernel architecture; system call interface. Process management; memory management; file system architecture. Linux for micro-controllers and real-time applications. Device driver: character, block and network drivers.
Designing a real-time system: development life cycle, modeling a real-time system, Case studies.
Incremental Motion Control is a 2:1 credit course offered by Prof N S Dinesh
- 教师: n.s.dinesh