TTM4526 - Services and Systems Engineering, Specialization Course
Current and advanced topics in model-based engineering of distributed applications such as development of self-adaptable systems, in particular with OSGi, as well as aspects of making systems secure, dependable, and high-performing.
The mandatory theme has the following goals:
1) Understanding of fundamental techniques and principles for self-adaptation.
2) Deep understanding of selected techniques and solutions.
3) Awareness of selected technical systems.
Practical development of a select application case.
C. General competence:
Experience from writing a state-of-the-art essay based on a literature study.
Learning methods and activities
The course is taught according to the principle of team-based learning. It consists of individual work, group work and immediate feedback. The objective is to foster active participation from the students in the course. The principle is explained at www.teambasedlearning.org. The readiness assurance tests, however, are replaced by oral presentations by the students.
Further on evaluation
Portfolio assessment is the basis for the grade in the course. The portfolio includes oral presentations which count 25%, and an oral final exam which counts 75%. The results for the parts are given in %-scores. The entire portfolio is assigned a letter grade.
If a student also after the re-sit exam has the final grade F/failed, the student must repeat the entire course. Works that count in the final grade must be repeated.
Recommended previous knowledge
TTM4115 Design of Reactive Systems 1, TTM4160 Design of Reactive Systems 2, TTM4128 Network and Service Management and at least one of TTM4158 Dependability and Performance Design or TTM4137 Wireless Network Security, or equivalent.
To be announced at the beginning of the term.
Examination arrangement: Portfolio assessment
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- * The location (room) for a written examination is published 3 days before examination date.