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Introduction To Kernel Internals - Jean Labrosse [2 avi, 3 wmv, 5 mp3, 5 pdf]
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July 15 - Day 1: What is a Real-Time Kernel?
A real-time kernel is software that allows you to better manage the allocation of resources available in most of today's 8-, 16-, 32- and 64-bit processor-based embedded systems. This first class will explain the differences between a "Super Loop" and a real-time kernel.

Introduction To Kernel Internals - Jean Labrosse [2 avi, 3 wmv, 5 mp3, 5 pdf]

July 16 - Day 2: Task Management
This class will explain one of the most important aspects of a real-time kernel: task (or thread) management. Here you will learn what a task is and how a real-time kernel knows about how you want it to manage your tasks.

July 17 - Day 3: Scheduling & Context Switching
In this session we will look at how a real-time kernel decides (schedules) which task to execute and the process of changing from one task to another (context switching).

July 18 - Day 4: Time and Resource Management
Most kernels require the presence of a periodic time source called a 慍lock Tick'. We'll look at what this is used for and whether it's mandatory. We'll also look at the mechanisms provided by a kernel that provide mutual exclusion to shared resources.

July 19 - Day 5: Signaling, Inter-Task Communications and Debugging
In this class, we'll show some of the mechanisms provided by a kernel to allow ISRs and Tasks to signal and send messages to other tasks. Debugging with a kernel can be challenging and we'll briefly describe techniques and tools you can use to visualize your application. This session will end with a brief summary of what we've covered.


Jean Labrosse founded Micrium in 1999 and continues to maintain an active role in product development, ensuring that the company adheres to the strict policies and standards that make it strong. Labrosse is a regular speaker at the Embedded Systems Conference in Boston and Silicon Valley, and other industry conferences. He is the author of three definitive books on embedded design: MicroC/OS-II: The Real-Time Kernel, Embedded Systems Building Blocks: Complete and Ready-to-Use Modules in C, and µC/OS-III: The Real-Time Kernel, and has published numerous articles and appeared on industry panels on the subject of embedded design. He holds BSEE and MSEE degrees from the University of Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada.
Introduction To Kernel Internals - Jean Labrosse [2 avi, 3 wmv, 5 mp3, 5 pdf]

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