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2012 24th Euromicro Conference on Real-Time Systems (2003)
Porto, Portugal
July 2, 2003 to July 4, 2003
ISBN: 0-7695-1936-9
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction

Reviewers (PDF)

pp. xii
Session 1: Schedulability Analysis

Initial Values for On-line Response Time Calculations (Abstract)

Reinder J. Bril , Philips Research Laboritories Eindhoven
Wim F.J. Verhaegh , Philips Research Laboritories Eindhoven
Evert-Jan D. Pol , Philips Research Laboritories Eindhoven
pp. 13

An Improved Schedulability Test for Uniprocessor Periodic Task Systems (Abstract)

UmaMaheswari C. Devi , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
pp. 23
Session 2: Multiprocessor Scheduling

The Utilization Bounds of Partitioned and Pfair Static-Priority Scheduling on Multiprocessors are 50% (Abstract)

Björn Andersson , Chalmers University of Technology
Jan Jonsson , Chalmers University of Technology
pp. 33

Using Supertasks to Improve Processor Utilization in Multiprocessor Real-Time Systems (Abstract)

Philip Holman , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
James H. Anderson , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
pp. 41

Efficient Scheduling of Soft Real-Time Applications on Multiprocessors (Abstract)

James H. Anderson , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Anand Srinivasan , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
pp. 51
Session 3: QoS Management and Multimedia Systems

Error-Driven QoS Management in Imprecise Real-Time Databases (Abstract)

Mehdi Amirijoo , Link?ping University
Sang H. Son , University of Virginia
J?rgen Hansson , Link?ping University
pp. 63

Time-Aware Utility-Based QoS Optimisation (Abstract)

Calin Curescu , Linköping University
Simin Nadjm-Tehrani , Linköping University
pp. 83
Session 4: Energy-Aware and Feedback Scheduling

Multi-Version Scheduling in Rechargeable Energy-Aware Real-Time Systems (Abstract)

Cosmin Rusu , University of Pittsburgh
Rami Melhem , University of Pittsburgh
Daniel Mossé , University of Pittsburgh
pp. 95

Scheduling Techniques for Reducing Leakage Power in Hard Real-Time Systems (Abstract)

Krishna P Reddy , Arizona State University
Yann-Hang Lee , Arizona State University
C. M. Krishna , University of Massachusetts at Amherst
pp. 105

The Control Server: A Computational Model for Real-Time Control Tasks (Abstract)

Johan Eker , Ericsson Mobile Platforms AB
Anton Cervin , Lund Institute of Technology
pp. 113

Establishing Timing Requirements and Control Attributes for Control Loops in Real-Time Systems (Abstract)

Peter Nightingale , University of York
Anton Cervin , Lund Institute of Technology
Iain Bate , University of York
pp. 121
Session 5: Resource Management

Resource Sharing in an Enhanced Rate-Based Execution Model (Abstract)

Steve Goddard , University of Nebraska at Lincoln
Xin Liu , University of Nebraska at Lincoln
pp. 131

Resource Partitioning among Real-Time Applications (Abstract)

Giuseppe Lipari , Scuola Superiore S. Anna
Enrico Bini , Scuola Superiore S. Anna
pp. 151
Session 6: Real-Time Kernel Support

Processor Support for Temporal Predictability — The SPEAR Design Example (Abstract)

Andreas Steininger , Technical University of Vienna
Peter Puschner , Technical University of Vienna
Wolfgang Huber , Technical University of Vienna
Martin Delvai , Technical University of Vienna
pp. 169

Starting Conditions for Post-Mortem Debugging Using Deterministic Replay of Real-Time Systems (Abstract)

Henrik Thane , Mälardalen University
Joel Huselius , Mälardalen University
Daniel Sundmark , Mälardalen University
pp. 177
Session 7: Scheduling Algorithms

Scheduling of Early Quantum Tasks (Abstract)

Maria Eva Lijding , University of Twente
Ferdy Hanssen , University of Twente
Pierre G. Jansen , University of Twente
pp. 203

Characteristics of EDF Schedulability on Uniform Multiprocessors (Abstract)

Sanjoy Baruah , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Shelby Funk , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
pp. 211
Session 8: Languages

Issues in Mapping HRT-HOOD to UML (Abstract)

Tullio Vardanega , Università di Padova
Giuseppe Lipari , Scuola Superiore S.Anna
Silvia Mazzini , Intecs HRT
Marco Di Natale , Scuola Superiore S.Anna
pp. 221

A Real-Time RMI Framework for the RTSJ (Abstract)

Andrew Borg , University Of York
Andy Wellings. , University Of York
pp. 238
Session 9: Distributed Systems

Schedulability Analysis for Distributed Heterogeneous Time/Event Triggered Real-Time Systems (Abstract)

Zebo Peng , Link?ping University
Petru Eles , Link?ping University
Traian Pop , Link?ping University
pp. 257

The Capacity of Implicit EDF in Wireless Sensor Networks (Abstract)

Marco Caccamo , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Lynn Y. Zhang , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
pp. 267
Session 10: Modeling and Synthesis Techniques

Modeling Flexible Real Time Systems with Preemptive Time Petri Nets (Abstract)

L. Sassoli , Università di Firenze
A. Fedeli , Università di Firenze
G. Bucci , Università di Firenze
E. Vicario , Università di Firenze
pp. 279

A General Mathematical Model for Run-Time Distributions in a Passively Replicated Fault Tolerant System (Abstract)

Amund Skavhaug , Norwegian University of Technology and Science
Åsmund Tjora , Norwegian University of Technology and Science
pp. 295
Author Index

Author Index (PDF)

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