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Proceedings. Eighth IEEE Real-Time and Embedded Technology and Applications Symposium (2002)
San Jose, California
Sept. 25, 2002 to Sept. 27, 2002
ISSN: 1080-1812
ISBN: 0-7695-1739-0

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Session 1: Middleware

Kernel Support for the Event-Based Cooperation of Distributed Resource Managers (Abstract)

Christian Poellabauer , Georgia Institute of Technology
Karsten Schwan , Georgia Institute of Technology
pp. 3

Achieving End-to-end Predictability in the TAO Real-time CORBA ORB (Abstract)

Irfan Pyarali , OOMWorks, LLC
Douglas C. Schmidt , University of California at Irvine
Ron K. Cytron , Washington University at St. Louis
pp. 13

Middleware versus Native OS Support: Architectural Considerations for Supporting Multimedia Applications (Abstract)

Prashant Shenoy , University of Massachusetts at Amherst
Saif Hasan , Microsoft Corporation
Purushottam Kulkarni , University of Massachusetts at Amherst
Krithi Ramamritham , Microsoft Corporation
pp. 23
Session 2: Real-Time Communication and Networking

Concatenated Hybrid ARQ - A Flexible Scheme for Wireless Real-Time Communication (Abstract)

Elisabeth Uhlemann , Halmstad University and Chalmers University of Technology
Tor Aulin , Chalmers University of Technology
Lars K. Rasmussen , Chalmers University of Technology and University of South Australia
Per-Arne Wiberg , Halmstad University
pp. 35

Supporting a Low Delay Best-Effort Class in the Presence of Real-Time Traffic (Abstract)

Samarjit Chakraborty , ETH Zürich
Matthias Gries , University of California at Berkeley
Lothar Thiele , ETH Zürich
pp. 45

RAP: A Real-Time Communication Architecture for Large-Scale Wireless Sensor Networks (Abstract)

Chenyang Lu , University of Virginia
Brian M. Blum , University of Virginia
Tarek F. Abdelzaher , University of Virginia
John A. Stankovic , University of Virginia
Tian He , University of Virginia
pp. 55

Layer-4 Service Differentiation and Resource Isolation (Abstract)

Haining Wang , University of Michigan
Kang G. Shin , University of Michigan
pp. 67
Session 3: Real-Time Java

Evaluating Real-Time Java Features and Performance for Real-Time Embedded Systems (Abstract)

Angelo Corsaro , University of California at Irvine
Douglas C. Schmidt , University of California at Irvine
pp. 90

Dynamic Detection of Access Errors and Illegal References in RTSJ (Abstract)

M. Teresa Higuera-Toledano , Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Miguel A. de Miguel-Cabello , Universidad Polit?cnica de Madrid
pp. 101
Session 4: Performance Measurement and Analysis

Measurement of OS Services and Its Application to Performance Modeling and Analysis of Integrated Embedded Software (Abstract)

Shige Wang , University of Michigan
Sharath Kodase , University of Michigan
Kang G. Shin , University of Michigan
Daniel L. Kiskis , University of Michigan
pp. 113

A Measurement-Based Analysis of the Real-Time Performance of Linux (Abstract)

Luca Abeni , Oregon Graduate Institute
Ashvin Goel , Oregon Graduate Institute
Charles Krasic , Oregon Graduate Institute
Jim Snow , Oregon Graduate Institute
Jonathan Walpole , Oregon Graduate Institute
pp. 133
Session 6: Scheduling

Analyzing Fixed-Priority Global Multiprocessor Scheduling (Abstract)

Lars Lundberg , Blekinge Institute of Technology
pp. 145

Calculating Exact Worst Case Response Times for Static Priority Scheduled Tasks with Offsets and Jitter (Abstract)

Ola Redell , Mechatronics Lab., Dept. of Machine Design, KTH
Martin Törngren , Mechatronics Lab., Dept. of Machine Design, KTH
pp. 164

The Aperiodic Multiprocessor Utilization Bound for Liquid Tasks (Abstract)

Tarek Abdelzaher , University of Virginia
Bjorn Andersson , Chalmers University of Technology
Jan Jonsson , Chalmers University of Technology
Vivek Sharma , University of Virginia
Minh Nguyen , University of Virginia
pp. 173
Session 7: Embedded Hardware Control

An Adaptive Striping Architecture for Flash Memory Storage Systems of Embedded Systems (Abstract)

Li-Pin Chang , National Taiwan University
Tei-Wei Kuo , National Taiwan University
pp. 187

Minimizing CAN Response-Time Jitter by Message Manipulation (Abstract)

Thomas Nolte , Mälardalen University
Hans Hansson , Mälardalen University
Christer Norström , Mälardalen University
pp. 197

Feedback Scheduling of Model Predictive Controllers (Abstract)

Dan Henriksson , Lund Institute of Technology
Anton Cervin , Lund Institute of Technology
Johan Åkesson , Lund Institute of Technology
Karl-Erik Årzén , Lund Institute of Technology
pp. 207
Session 8: Power-Aware Real-Time Systems

Performance Comparison of Dynamic Voltage Scaling Algorithms for Hard Real-Time Systems (Abstract)

Woonseok Kim , Seoul National University
Dongkun Shin , Seoul National University
Han-Saem Yun , Seoul National University
Jihong Kim , Seoul National University
Sang Lyul Min , Seoul National University
pp. 219

Power-Optimized Scheduling Server for Real-Time Tasks (Abstract)

Pedro Mejia-Alvarez , CINVESTAV-IPN
Eugene Levner , Holon Academic Institute of Technology
Daniel Mossé , University of Pittsburgh
pp. 239
Session 10: Advanced Applications and Tools

Performance Evaluation on a Real-Time Database (Abstract)

Suhee Kim , Hoseo University
Sang H. Son , University of Virginia
John A. Stankovic , University of Virginia
pp. 253

Implementation of QoS-Provisioning System for Voice over IP (Abstract)

Shengquan Wang , Texas A&M University
Zhibin Mai , Texas A&M University
Walt Magnussen , Texas A&M University
Dong Xuan , Ohio State University
Wei Zhao , Texas A&M University
pp. 266

Hardware Implementation of Programming Languages for Real-Time (Abstract)

M. Ward , University of York
N. C. Audsley , University of York
pp. 276

Achieving Bounded and Predictable Recovery using Real-Time Logging (Abstract)

Lih Chyun Shu , Chang Jung University
John A. Stankovic , University of Virginia
Sang H. Son , University of Virginia
pp. 286
Session 11: Tutorial — The Uniform Driver Interface

Uniform Driver Interface (UDI) Reference Implementation and Determinism (Abstract)

Robert M. Barned , Lockheed Martin Co.
Russell J. Richards , DoD, DISA, Interoperability Directorate
pp. 301
Author Index

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