The course aims to provide an introduction to design, analysis, and implementation of networked embedded systems and real-time applications from a computer science approach. Topics covered in this course include concepts, technologies, and protocols for low-power and resource-restricted wireless networks; embedded system architectures; and real-time system concepts; scheduling theory and design principles.
Teaching consists of lectures, home assignments, seminars, labs, and project assignment.
Computer Engineering, BA (ABC), 60 credits, including TCP/IP Internetworking, 6 credits and Operating System, 7.5 credits. Mathematics BA (AB), 22.5 credits, including Mathematical Statistics and Discrete Mathematics.