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NR 421201 Real Time Systems

NR 421201 Real Time Systems

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Code No.421201IV-B.Tech. II-Semester Examination April, 2003REAL TIME SYSTEMS(Computer Science and Information Technology)Time: 3 hoursMax.Marks:80Answer any FIVE questionsAll questions carry equal marks
---1.a)Define a real time system.b) Give examples of real time system.c)Classify the real time systems.2.What is meant by software interface? Elaborate.3.a) Write notes on the following:i)Concurrencyii) Securityiii) Effeciency b)Explain the various approaches to compile the modules to obtain executableobject code?4.a) It is known that the periods of a system of independent, premptable periodictasks are 2,3,4,5,7,8,9,11,14,16,22,25,27,28,32,33,64,81,125 and 500. Moreover,the total utilization of the system is equal to 0.725. Is the system schedulablerate-monotonically, if the relative deadline of every task is equal to its period?Explain. b) A system of three periodic tasks T1 = (3,1), T2 = (5,1.5) and T3 = (8,2) isscheduled on EDF basis. The precomputed amount of slack of the six jobs in ahyper period are 2, 2.5, 2.5, 2.5, 2.5 and 2 respectively. Suppose that the firstaperoidic job arrives at time 3.5 what are the slacks of the job J
i
for I = 3, 4, 5, 6and 7. (the jobs are indexed in non decreasing of their deadlines).5. Define real time system and Explain specifications for real time systems.6. Explain techniques used to design of real time systems.7. Explain Disk scheduling Algorithms with the example of access requests.8. Explain about Software-Error Models.
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Code No.421201IV-B.Tech. II-Semester Examination April, 2003REAL TIME SYSTEMS(Computer Science and Information Technology)Time: 3 hoursMax.Marks:80Answer any FIVE questionsAll questions carry equal marks
---1.Discuss the concept of computer control.2.Explain the programmers views of hardware interfaces.3.a) Explain the following with examplesi)Subrange datatypeii)Derived typeiii)Structured typeiv)Pointers b)Explain the low level facilities available in modula 2.4.a) A system contains five jobs. There are three resources X, Y and Z. Theresource requirements of the jobs are listed below.J
1
: [X ; 2]J
2
: noneJ
3
: [Y ; 1]J
4
: [X;3 [Z;1] ]J
5
: [Y ;4 [Z; 2]]The priority J
i
is higher than the priority of J
J
for i
 j
< J.What are the maximum blocking times of the jobs under the nonpremptablecritical section protocol under the priority ceiling protocol. b) Explain the advantages of priority scheduling strategies.5.Discuss details of preliminary design for real time systems.6. Differentiate detail design and preliminary design.7.
 
Explain a two-phase approach to improve predictability.8. What is JELINSKI - MORANDA model? Distinguish it from GOEL -OKUMOTO model.*** *** ***
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