Reliable Multithreaded Programming
About this Course
|Course Type||Course Code||Duration|
|Embedded Software||BSEMB1016||2 Days|
There is a lot of misinformation about multithreaded programming and the use of real-time operating system (RTOS) features. Misinformation and programmer inexperience often leads to unreliable multithreading and introduces the possibility for dangerous system failures such as starvation, deadlock, and priority inversion. This course teaches the proper use of RTOS APIs in developing multithreaded software as well as techniques for developing reliable multithreaded program structures without an RTOS at all.
Why Attend this Course?
What Makes this Course Stand Apart?
What you will Learn?
Embedded software developers
Familiarity with the C programming language
Tasks and Task States
Rate Monotonic Scheduling
Rate Monotonic Algorithm
Aperiodic Tasks and Interrupts
Starvation and Deadlock
Related Topics in RTOSes
Event Driven Programming
Events and Reactions
States and Transitions
Actions and Reactions
Entry and Exit Actions
All exercises are done using the IAR Embedded Workbench integrated C/C++ compiler-debugger on the Renesas target development board. RTOS exercises are based on Micrium’s popular, royalty-free MicroC/OS-III real-time operating system.
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