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Student Projects

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Oshiya

Implementating a Workload Generator and Statistics Engine for the Oshiya Demo Application

In the proposed project, an existing demo application for the Oshiya scheduling model shall be extended by a workload generator, a statistics engine and a correctness checker. These features shall be designed and implemented in a way that they emphasize the characteristics and advantages of Oshiya. This task includes requirements analysis, conceptual design, implementation and testing.

Status: ongoing

Type:

  • BSc

Resources:

Student:

  • Robert Dewor, 25.07.2011-24.01.2012

Supervisors:

Christian Tilgner, Prof. Dr. Michael Böhlen

Design and Implementation of a Demo Application for Smile

Within the scope of the proposed project, a demo application for Smile (our declarative scheduling middleware) shall be planned and implemented. This includes requirements analysis, conceptual design, implementation and testing. The demo application shall illustrate the operating mode of our scheduling approach.

Status: ongoing

Type:

  • Facharbeit

Resources:

Student:

  • Michael Hartmann, 24.03.2011-23.09.2011

Supervisors:

Christian Tilgner, Prof. Dr. Michael Böhlen