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Rate Monotonic Analysis for Real-Time Systems: Instructor's Guide

  • April 1994
  • By Ruth Ravenel, Ray Obenza
  • This report helps instructors teach rate monotonic analysis (RMA) to graduate and undergraduate software, computer, and electrical engineering students.
  • Performance and Dependability
  • Publisher: Software Engineering Institute
    CMU/SEI Report Number: CMU/SEI-94-EM-011
  • Abstract

    This educational materials package has been developed for instructors of software engineering and, more specifically, real-time systems. This package will help instructors teach rate monotonic analysis (RMA) to graduate and undergraduate software, computer, and electrical engineering students. The package can also be used to teach RMA to continuing education students. The presentation materials and exercises included have been used by Ruth Ravenel in both graduate and undergraduate courses. 

    These educational materials are intended to be used in conjunction with the videotape, An Introduction to Rate Monotonic Analysis, from SEI Technology Series. (For instructors who have not already obtained the videotape from the SEI, an order form is included in this package.)

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