Real-time Systems Education III: Proceedings, November 21, 1998, Poznań, Poland

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Jerzy Nawrocki, Jean-Jacques Schwarz, Janusz Zalewski
IEEE Computer Society, 1999 - Computers - 162 pages
Poznan, Poland was selected as the site of the third annual workshop on this topic to coincide with the Software Engineering Education Symposium (SEES'98), and also to establish an international presence in Central Europe "although we are not an event on the scale of olympic games." Twenty-six participants (pictured) present papers related to: real-time systems programs and curricula, teaching RT systems design and verification, components of RT labs, RT systems in control engineering education and in other disciplines. Also includes invited talks on RT devices at practical prices and the essentials of RT education. For the uninitiated, IEEE stands for the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. Author index only. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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Contents

Dependability Issues for a Curriculum in RealTime Systems
16
Teaching SoftwareIntensive Embedded Systems at Tallinn
30
Teaching RealTime Systems Using Petri Nets
49
The Logic of RealTime Software Design
63
Using Hartstone Uniprocessor Benchmark in a RealTime Systems Course
77
Use of the Fieldbus Systems in an Academic Setting
93
RealTime Systems in Control Engineering Education
105
The Role of Computing in Simplifying the Control Engineering Syllabus
123
Looking Back on a Decade of Teaching Process Control Engineering
141
What is Really Essential?
156
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