Changes between Version 19 and Version 20 of SOCIS/2017


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Timestamp:
Sep 20, 2017, 3:48:11 PM (2 years ago)
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Mikail Yayla
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  • SOCIS/2017

    v19 v20  
    147147  * Draw diagram on how the FTS works, write a tutorial on how the FTS can be used, and work on documentation on how to add the FTS to an RTEMS system.
    148148  * Finish final report and the draft.
    149   * Meet with my mentor (Kuan) to discuss the coding period result, get evaluation on final report and fill out SOCIS form.
     149  * Meet with my mentor (Kuan) to discuss the coding period result, get evaluation on final report.
    150150 * Plans for the next week:
    151   * Implement possible suggestions or improvements.
     151  * Implement suggestions on report: Add information about the API. Add a chapter called miscellaneous, in which possibe pitfalls of the FTS are described.
     152  * Improve exception handling in the code
    152153= Final Report (RTEMS Fault Tolerance) =
    153154* [https://github.com/myay/rtems_faulttolerance_SOCIS17/tree/master/final_report Final report] (WIP) 
     
    155156== Future Works ==
    156157* Test the Fault Tolerant Scheduler on other hardware, with realistic control tasks. This way, more research on the fault tolerance of control task can be done.
    157 * Use the BrickPi3 Base Kit to connect EV3 actuators and sensors. Test the FTS code by running RTEMS on a BrickPi3 robot, for example path tracker, two wheeled balancer, and robots with other control tasks. (message Kuan if you are interested in this project: kuan-hsun.chen@tu-dortmund.de)   
    158 * Port RTEMS for the Lego EV3 robot and run the fault tolerance code on it. (message Kuan if you are interested in this project: kuan-hsun.chen@tu-dortmund.de)
     158* Use the BrickPi3 Base Kit to connect EV3 actuators and sensors. Test the FTS code by running RTEMS on a BrickPi3 robot, for example path tracker, two wheeled balancer, and robots with other control tasks. (contact Kuan if you are interested in this project: kuan-hsun.chen(at)tu-dortmund.de)   
     159* Port RTEMS for the Lego EV3 robot and run the fault tolerance code on it. (contact Kuan if you are interested in this project: kuan-hsun.chen(at)tu-dortmund.de)