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Proceedings. 16th Euromicro Conference on Real-Time Systems, 2004. ECRTS 2004. (2004)
Catania, Italy
June 30, 2004 to July 2, 2004
ISSN: 1068-3070
ISBN: 0-7695-2176-2

Reviewers (PDF)

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Session 1: Multimedia Systems

QoS Control Strategies for High-Quality Video Processing (Abstract)

Clemens C. Wüst , Philips Research Laboratories
Liesbeth Steffens , Philips Research Laboratories
Reinder J. Bril , Philips Research Laboratories and Eindhoven University of Technology
Wim F.J. Verhaegh , Philips Research Laboratories
pp. 3-12

Low-Latency Hard Real-Time Communication over Switched Ethernet (Abstract)

Jork Loeser , Technical University of Dresden
Hermann Haertig , Technical University of Dresden
pp. 13-22

Quality Aware MPEG-2 Stream Adaptation in Resource Constrained Systems (Abstract)

Damir Isović , Mälardalen University
Gerhard Fohler , Mälardalen University
pp. 23-32
Session 2: Distributed Real-Time Systems and Quality of Service

Collaborative Resource Allocation in Wireless Sensor Networks (Abstract)

Simone Giannecchini , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champain
Marco Caccamo , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champain
Chi-Sheng Shih , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champain
pp. 35-44

Comparing Real-Time Communication Under Electromagnetic Interference (Abstract)

Ian Broster , University of York
Alan Burns , University of York
Guillermo Rodríguez-Navas , Universitat de les Illes Balears
pp. 45-52

Managing Quality-of-Control Performance Under Overload Conditions (Abstract)

Giorgio Buttazzo , University of Pavia
Manel Velasco , Technical University of Catalonia
Pau Marti , University of California at Santa Cruz
Gerhard Fohler , Malardalen University
pp. 53-60

Improved Prediction for Web Server Delay Control (Abstract)

Dan Henriksson , Lund Institute of Technology
Ying Lu , University of Virginia
Tarek Abdelzaher , University of Virginia
pp. 61-68
Session 3: Operating-System Support for Real-Time Systems

Stabilizing Execution Time of User Processes by Bottom Half Scheduler in Linux (Abstract)

Kyong Jo Jung , Pohang University of Science and Technology
Seok Gan Jung , Pohang University of Science and Technology
Chanik Park , Pohang University of Science and Technology
pp. 71-78

TLSF: A New Dynamic Memory Allocator for Real-Time Systems (Abstract)

M. Masmano , Universidad Politécnica de Valencia
I. Ripoll , Universidad Politécnica de Valencia
A. Crespo , Universidad Politécnica de Valencia
J. Real , Universidad Politécnica de Valencia
pp. 79-86
Session 4: Work in Progress 1
Session 5: Multiprocessor Scheduling and Planning

Schedulability-Driven Partitioning and Mapping for Multi-Cluster Real-Time Systems (Abstract)

Paul Pop , Link?ping University
Petru Eles , Link?ping University
Zebo Peng , Link?ping University
Viacheslav Izosimov , Link?ping University
pp. 91-100

Multiprocessor Energy-Efficient Scheduling with Task Migration Considerations (Abstract)

Jian-Jia Chen , National Taiwan University
Heng-Ruey Hsu , National Taiwan University
Kai-Hsiang Chuang , National Taiwan University
Chia-Lin Yang , National Taiwan University
Ai-Chun Pang , National Taiwan University
Tei-Wei Kuo , National Taiwan University
pp. 101-108

Executing Aperiodic Jobs in a Multiprocessor Constant-Bandwidth Server Implementation (Abstract)

Sanjoy Baruah , University of North Carolina
Giuseppe Lipari , Scuola Superiore S. Anna
pp. 109-116
Session 6: Scheduling and Design

Generalized Pre-Scheduler (Abstract)

Weirong Wang , University of Texas at Austin
Aloysius K. Mok , University of Texas at Austin
Gerhard Fohler , Malardalen University
pp. 127-134

A Variable Rate Execution Model (Abstract)

Steve Goddard , University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Xin Liu , University of Nebraska-Lincoln
pp. 135-143

Reducing the Number of Preemptions in Fixed Priority Scheduling (Abstract)

Radu Dobrin , Mälardalen University
Gerhard Fohler , Mälardalen University
pp. 144-152
Session 7: Keynote Session

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Session 8: Energy-Aware Real-Time Computing

On Energy-Constrained Real-Time Scheduling (Abstract)

Tarek A. AlEnawy , George Mason University
Hakan Aydin , George Mason University
pp. 165-174

Energy-Efficient Policies for Request-Driven Soft Real-Time Systems (Abstract)

Cosmin Rusu , University of Pittsburgh
Ruibin Xu , University of Pittsburgh
Rami Melhem , University of Pittsburgh
Daniel Mossé , University of Pittsburgh
pp. 175-183
Session 9: Schedulability Analysis

An Event Stream Driven Approximation for the Analysis of Real-Time Systems (Abstract)

Karsten Albers , University of Oldenburg
Frank Slomka , University of Oldenburg
pp. 187-195

Biasing Effects in Schedulability Measures (Abstract)

Enrico Bini , Scuola Superiore S. Anna
Giorgio C. Buttazzo , University of Pavia
pp. 196-203

A New Sufficient Feasibility Test for Asynchronous Real-Time Periodic Task Sets (Abstract)

Rodolfo Pellizzoni , Scuola Superiore S. Anna
Giuseppe Lipari , Scuola Superiore S. Anna
pp. 204-211
Session 10: Timing and Execution-Time Analysis

Worst-Case Execution Time Analysis for Dynamic Branch Predictors (Abstract)

Iain Bate , University of York
Ralf Reutemann , University of York
pp. 215-222

Analysis of Tree-Shaped Transactions in Distributed Real-Time Systems (Abstract)

Ola Redell , Royal Institute of Technology
pp. 239-248
Session 11: Work in Progress 2
Session 12: Databases and Content Handling

Maintaining Data Freshness in Distributed Real-Time Databases (Abstract)

Yuan Wei , University of Virginia
Sang H. Son , University of Virginia
John A. Stankovic , University of Virginia
pp. 251-260

Pessimistic Concurrency Control and Versioning to Support Database Pointers in Real-Time Databases (Abstract)

Dag Nyström , Mälardalen University
Mikael Nolin , Mälardalen University
Aleksandra Tešanović , Linköping University
Christer Norström , Mälardalen University
Jörgen Hansson , Linköping University
pp. 261-270

An Architecture for Real-Time Active Content Distribution (Abstract)

Chengdu Huang , University of Virginia
Seejo Sebastine , University of Virginia
Tarek Abdelzaher , University of Virginia
pp. 271-280
Author Index

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