RTSS logoRTSS 2011:  Work-in-Progress Session

The 32nd IEEE Real-Time Systems Symposium
November 29 - December 2, 2011
Vienna, Austria

*       Work-in-Progress Proceedings [.pdf]


*       Accepted Papers

A REAL-TIME CAPABLE MANY-CORE MODEL
Stefan Metzlaff, Jörg Mische and Theo Ungerer

A REAL-TIME RESOURCE MANAGER FOR LINUX-BASED DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS
Mario de Sousa, Luis Silva, Luis Almeida and Ricardo Marau

A TIGHTER ANALYSIS OF THE WORST-CASE END-TO-END COMMUNICATION DELAY IN
MASSIVE MULTICORES
Vincent Nelis, Dakshina Dasari, Borislav Nikolic and Stefan M. Petters

A WCET ESTIMATION WORKFLOW BASED ON THE TWSA MODEL OF SYSTEMC DESIGNS
Vladimir-Alexandru Paun, Nesrine Harrath and Bruno Monsuez

GATEWAY OPTIMIZATION FOR AN HETEROGENEOUS AVIONICS NETWORK AFDX-CAN
Hamdi AYED, Ahlem MIFDAOUI and Christian Fraboul

IMPLEMENTATION OF HOLISTIC RESPONSE-TIME ANALYSIS IN RUBUS-ICE:
PRELIMINARY FINDINGS, ISSUES AND EXPERIENCES
Saad Mubeen, Jukka Mäki-Turja and Mikael Sjödin

MIXED-EDF SCHEDULING AND ITS APPLICATION TO ENERGY EFFICIENT FAULT
TOLERANCE IN REAL-TIME SYSTEMS
Yifeng Guo and Dakai Zhu

OPTIMIZING THE NUMBER OF PROCESSORS TO SCHEDULE MULTI-THREADED TASKS
Geoffrey Nelissen, Vandy Berten, Joël Goossens and Dragomir Milojevic

PROBABILITIES FOR MIXED-CRITICALITY PROBLEMS: BRIDGING THE UNCERTAINTY
GAP
Bader Alahmad, Sathish Gopalakrishnan, Luca Santinelli and Liliana
Cucu-Grosjean

PROPOSAL OF FLEXIBLE MONITORING-DRIVEN HW/SW INTERRUPT MANAGEMENT FOR
EMBEDDED COTS-BASED EVENT-TRIGGERED REAL-TIME SYSTEMS
Josef Strnadel

REDUCING TIMING ERRORS OF POLLING MECHANISM USING EVENT TIMPSTAMPS FOR
SAFETY-CRITICAL REAL-TIME CONTROL SYSTEMS
Heejin Kim, Sangsoo Park, Sehun Jeong and Sungdeok Cha

SCHEDULING SELF-SUSPENDING PERIODIC REAL-TIME TASKS USING MODEL
CHECKING
Yasmina Abdeddaïm and Damien Masson

SUFFICIENT FTP SCHEDULABILITY TEST FOR THE NON-CYCLIC GENERALIZED
MULTIFRAME TASK MODEL
Vandy BERTEN and Joël GOOSSENS

TOWARDS A REAL-TIME CLUSTER COMPUTING INFRASTRUCTURE
Peter Hui, Satish Chikkagoudar, Daniel Chavarria and Mark Johnston

TOWARDS SELF-ADAPTIVE SCHEDULING IN TIME- AND SPACE-PARTITIONED SYSTEMS
João Pedro Craveiro, Joaquim Rosa and José Rufino

*       Call for Papers [.txt ]

Submissions of 2-4 page extended abstracts describing exciting new, in-progress, and/or experimental research are invited for the Work-in-Progress (WIP) session of the 2011 IEEE Real-Time Systems Symposium (RTSS).  The WiP session is devoted to the presentation of new and on-going research in real-time systems, theory, and applications.  The primary purpose of the WiP session is to provide researchers with an opportunity to discuss their evolving ideas and gather feedback from the real-time community at large.  Of particular interest are ideas and contributions that present significant paradigm shifts, explore unique and unconventional approaches to important problems, or investigate fundamental departures from conventional wisdom in adopted solutions.  WiP topics include, but are not limited to:
§  Adaptive systems theory and practice
§  Architectural support
§  Case studies
§  Compiler support
§  Embedded systems
§  Energy management
§  Formal methods
§  Model-based development
§  Multicore real-time support
§  Multi-criticality analysis and support
§  Multimedia computing
§  Performance modeling
§  Real-time and dependability
§  Real-time databases
§  Real-time sensor/actuator networks
§  Real-time programming languages
§  Real-time systems middleware
§  Scheduling algorithms
§  Security and survivability
§  Software engineering
§  System development tools
§  Systems integration
§  Cyber-physical systems
§  Worst-case execution time estimation
§  QoS support
 
The RTSS 2011 WiP session will be held during the symposium (November 29 to December 2, Vienna, Austria).  Submissions should describe original on-going work. Accepted submissions will be included in a separate RTSS WiP Proceedings, which will be distributed to all RTSS symposium participants and will be available electronically from the RTSS home page.  One author of every accepted paper should be registered to the conference and present the paper during the conference.  All WiP projects will be presented orally and in a poster session.

 

*       Submission Instructions


*       Important Dates

Deadline for submissions

Friday, September 23, 2011

Notification of acceptance

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Deadline for submission of 
camera-ready copy

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

RTSS symposium

November 30 – December 2, 2011


*       Program Committee

Moris Behnam, Mälardalen University, Sweden
Marko Bertogna, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Italy
Unmesh Dutta Bordoloi, Linköping University, Sweden
Qingxu Deng, Northeastern University, China
Georgios E. Fainekos, Arizona State University, USA
Nathan Fisher, Wayne State University, USA (WiP Session PC Chair)
Praveen Jayachandran, IBM Research, India
Shinpei Kato, University of California, Santa Cruz, USA
Gabriel Parmer, George Washington University, USA
Rodolfo Pellizzoni, University of Waterloo, Canada
Harini Ramaprasad, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, USA
Luca Santinelli, INRIA, France
Insik Shin, KAIST, Korea
Michael Short, Teesside University, UK
Shengquan Wang, University of Michigan - Dearborn, USA


*       For More Information Please Contact

Nathan Fisher
Department of Computer Science
Wayne State University
5057 Woodward Avenue, Suite 3010
Detroit, MI 48202
Email:  fishern AT cs DOT wayne DOT edu
Tel.:  1-313-577-5421
Fax:  1-313-577-6868