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2008 11th IEEE International Symposium on Object and Component-Oriented Real-Time Distributed Computing (ISORC) (1999)
Saint-Malo, France
May 2, 1999 to May 5, 1999
ISBN: 0-7695-0207-5
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Program Committee (PDF)

pp. xiii

Reviewers (PDF)

pp. xiv
Session 1: Analysis and Design I

Exception Handling in a Cooperative Object-Oriented Approach (Abstract)

Alexander Romanovsky , University of Newcastle upon Tyne
Rogério de Lemos , University of Newcastle upon Tyne
pp. 3

v-Promela: A Visual, Object-Oriented Language for SPIN (Abstract)

Stefan Leue , University of Waterloo
Gerard Holzmann , Bell Laboratories
pp. 14

An Interface as a Design Object (Abstract)

Dietmar Millinger , Technische Universit?t Wien,
Emmerich Fuchs , Technische Universit?t Wien,
Roman Nossal , Siemens Automotive
Hermann Kopetz , Technische Universit?t Wien,
pp. 24
Session 2: Middleware and Operating Systems I

The PURE Family of Object-Oriented Operating Systems for Deeply Embedded Systems (Abstract)

Holger Papajewski , University of Magdeburg
Wolfgang Schröder-Preikschat , University of Magdeburg
Abdelaziz Guerrouat , University of Magdeburg
Ute Spinczyk , University of Magdeburg
Danilo Beuche , University of Magdeburg
Olaf Spinczyk , University of Magdeburg
pp. 45

An Efficient Middleware Architecture Supporting Time-Triggered Message-Triggered Objects and an NT-based Implementation (Abstract)

Masaki Ishida , University of California at Irivine
K. H. (Kane) Kim , University of California at Irivine
Juqiang Liu , University of California at Irivine
pp. 54

CORBA-based Real-time Trader Service for Adaptable Command and Control Systems (Abstract)

Richard Freedman , The MITRE Corporation
Bhavani Thuraisingham , The MITRE Corporation
Steven Wohlever , The MITRE Corporation
Victor Fay-Wolfe , The MITRE Corporation
John Maurer , The MITRE Corporation
pp. 64
Session 3: Applications

Creating Telecommunication Services based on Object-Oriented Frameworks and SDL (Abstract)

Richard Sinnott , University of Strathclyde
Mario Kolberg , University of Strathclyde
pp. 93
Panel I: Current Practice and Future Research in Object Real-Time Computing
Session 4A: Tools and Services

A Tool for Object-Oriented Dynamic Modeling (Abstract)

Andrew A. Hanish , La Trobe University
Tharam S. Dillon , La Trobe University
pp. 111

Sense: A Service Navigation System linked to a Real-time Advertising Distribution Service (Abstract)

Minoru Katayama , NTT Optical Network Systems Laboratories
Takashige Hoshiai , NTT Optical Network Systems Laboratories
Ichizo Kogiku , NTT Optical Network Systems Laboratories
pp. 121
Session 4B: Modeling and Evaluation

An Extensible Object Model for QoS Specification in Adaptive QoS Systems (Abstract)

Seiji Kihara , Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation
Hideyuki Tokuda , Keio University
Satoshi Moriai , Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation
Atsushi Mitsuzawa , Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation
Yasunori Matsui , Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation
pp. 129

Quantitative Evaluation of Distributed Object-Oriented Programming Environments for Real-Time Applications (Abstract)

J. Netto , Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul
C.E. Pereira , Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul
L. Bacellar , United Technologies Research Center
L. Silva , Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul
A.P. Flores , Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul
A. Nacul , Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul
pp. 133
Session 5: Block Panel I
Panel II: Object-Oriented Techniques for Resource-Constrained Architectures
Session 6: Middleware and Operating Systems II

An Integrated Environment for the Complete Development Cycle of an Object-Oriented Distributed Real-Time System (Abstract)

C. E. Pereira , Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul
M. Gergeleit , German National Research Center for Information Technology (GMD)
L. B. Becker , Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul and University of Cruz Alta
E. Nett , Universit?t Magdeburg
pp. 165

Implementing the Real-Time Publisher/Subscriber Model on the Controller Area Network (CAN) (Abstract)

J. Kaiser , University of Ulm
M. Mock , GMD - German National Research Center for Information Technology
pp. 172

Towards Predictable CORBA-Based Web-Services (Abstract)

Jan Richling , Humboldt University of Berlin
Janek Schwarz , Humboldt University of Berlin
Miroslaw Malek , Humboldt University of Berlin
Andreas Polze , Humboldt University of Berlin
pp. 182
Session 7: QoS Assurance

Quality-Based Compensation of Multimedia Objects (Abstract)

Makoto Takizawa , Tokyo Denki University
Tetsuo Kanezuka , Tokyo Denki University
Hiroaki Higaki , Tokyo Denki University
pp. 195

Adaptive QoS Support for Distributed, Java-Based Applications (Abstract)

Michael Brown , SRI International
Bikash Sabata , SRI International
Saurav Chatterjee , SRI International
pp. 203

Resource Managers for QoS in CORBA (Abstract)

Didier Le Tien , Institut National des T?l?communications
Olivier Villin , Institut National des T?l?communications
Christian Bac , Institut National des T?l?communications
pp. 213

An Object-level Gateway Supporting Integrated-Property Quality of Service (Abstract)

Joseph Loyall , BBN Technologies/GTE Internetworking
David Bakken , BBN Technologies/GTE Internetworking
James Megquier , BBN Technologies/GTE Internetworking
John Zinky , BBN Technologies/GTE Internetworking
Richard Schantz , BBN Technologies/GTE Internetworking
David Karr , BBN Technologies/GTE Internetworking
pp. 223
Session 8A: Software Architecture

A Framework for Building Environment-Aware Software (Abstract)

Tatsuo Nakajima , Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
pp. 237

The PERCO Platform (Abstract)

J. Maisonneuve , Laboratoire Commun Alcatel Thomson
S. Chabridon , Laboratoire Commun Alcatel Thomson
P. Leveillé , Laboratoire Commun Alcatel Thomson
pp. 245
Session 8B: Fault Tolerance

Implementing Highly-Available WWW Servers Based on Passive Object Replication (Abstract)

Carlo Marchetti , Universit? di Roma "La Sapienza"
Simona Bonamoneta , Universit? di Roma "La Sapienza"
Roberto Baldoni , Universit? di Roma "La Sapienza"
pp. 259

Enhancing Replica Management Services to Tolerate Group Failures (Abstract)

Santosh K Shrivastava , University of Newcastle upon Tyne
Paul D Ezhilchelvan , University of Newcastle upon Tyne
pp. 263
Session 9: Block Panel II

In Pursuit of Correct Paradigms for Object-Oriented Real-Time Distributed Systems (Abstract)

Gérard Le Lann , INRIA, Projet Reflecs
Jean-François Hermant , INRIA, Projet Reflecs
Patrice Carrére , INRIA, Projet Reflecs
pp. 271
Panel III: Which Models and Architectures of Distributed Real-Time Computing Systems Suit Which Application Areas?
Session 10: Resource Management

Using Multiple Feedback Loops for Object Profiling, Scheduling and Migration in Soft Real-Time Distributed Object Systems (Abstract)

V. Kalogeraki , University of California at Santa Barbara
P.M. Melliar-Smith , University of California at Santa Barbara
L.E. Moser , University of California at Santa Barbara
pp. 291

An Adaptive Scheduling Approach in Real-Time CORBA (Abstract)

Rômulo de Oliveira , University Federal de Rio Grande de Sul
Carlos Montez Joni Fraga , University Fedederal de Santa Catarina
Jean-Marie Farines , University Fedederal de Santa Catarina
pp. 301
Session 11: Analysis and Design II

Architectural Techniques for the Description and Validation of Distributed Real-Time Systems (Abstract)

Renaud Lesiour , Thomson-CSF Corporate Research Laboratory and Ad?le Covadis
Laurent Thomas , Thomson-CSF Corporate Research Laboratory and Ad?le Covadis
Thomas Lambolais , Thomson-CSF Corporate Research Laboratory and Ad?le Covadis
pp. 323

The Use of Task Graphs for Modeling Complex System Behavior (Abstract)

Karthik Sundaram , Computer Associates
Alexander D. Stoyen , University of Nebraska at Omaha
Ami Silberman , New Jersey Institute of Technology
pp. 340

Author Index (PDF)

pp. 351
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