This is a collection of course project reports for Real-Time Systems offered at UCF. Most of the writings are reviews of several research papers on a topic in real-time systems, while a few of those are a description of some on-going research/project efforts by the student(s) in the related domain. Real-Time Systems is a foundational cornerstone of Cyber-Physical Systems and Internet of Things, which is a broad area with many potential applications that tens or even thousands of professors and research groups at UCF are working on. The topics are by no means to be comprehensive.
Submissions from 2019
Machine Learning and Neural Networks for Real-Time Scheduling, Daniel Hureira and Christian Vartanian
A Review on Mixed Criticality Methods, Alex Jenkel