Lecture (2 SWS) 0432 L 592 in WS 2011/12
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No lecture on Jan 24.
When and Where
TUE 12-14 MA 141
Dr. Jan Richling
The lecture introduces the basic principles of design, modelling and
evaluation of dependable systems. Methods of fault tolerance are discussed at
different system levels from hardware up to applications.
- Basic notions
- Failure models
- Availability analysis
- Byzantine protocols
- Fault tolerance methods
- Non-functional properties
- Embedded systems
- Operating system aspects
The course is component of Module MINF-SE-EOS.
Informatik: Studiengebiet BKS
Technische Informatik: Fächerkatalog Technische Anwendungen
The language of the lecture is English.
Topics and download of slides
This list will be updated during the semester.
Slides are one slide per page in order to improve readability on
screen. However, there are enough tools to convert them to n slides per page
The material offered here is ONLY for education purpose.
The course uses material by Prof. Matthias Werner and Prof. Miroslaw Malek
with kindly permission.
More literature will be added during course.
- T. Anderson, P.A. Lee: Fault Tolerance - Principles and Practice, Prentice
- D.K. Pradhan (Hrsg.): Fault Tolerant Computer Systems, Prentice Hall, 1996
- D.P. Siewiorek, R.S. Swarz: The Theory and Practice of Reliable Systems Design, Digital Press, 1995
Exams are oral.
Dates: February 23, February 24, April 3, and April 4, more at request (email)
Registration: QISPOS (if possible) and in Room EN 353 (for assignment of time slot).
Please note: This exam (one hour) covers the WHOLE module, i.e., the lectures
Embedded Operating Systems and Dependable Systems.
© Jan Richling 2011
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