24th IEEE Real-Time Systems Symposium (RTSS 2003)

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Forty-one papers (selected from 145) from the December 2003 conference in Cancun, Mexico address topics such as resource management and scheduling, energy management, QoS control and databases, scheduling theory, system modeling and integration, co-design, sensor networks, network QoS, industrial applications, and dependability and performance modeling. Specific topics include a periodic resource model for compositional real-time guarantees; frequency-aware static timing (FAST) analysis for dynamic scheduling ...
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Forty-one papers (selected from 145) from the December 2003 conference in Cancun, Mexico address topics such as resource management and scheduling, energy management, QoS control and databases, scheduling theory, system modeling and integration, co-design, sensor networks, network QoS, industrial applications, and dependability and performance modeling. Specific topics include a periodic resource model for compositional real-time guarantees; frequency-aware static timing (FAST) analysis for dynamic scheduling schemes; the DOpE window server for real-time and embedded systems; multiprocessor EDF and deadline monotonic schedulability analyis; and the timed input/output automata (TIOA) framework for modeling and analyzing real-time systems. Only authors appear in the index. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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  • ISBN-13: 9780769520445
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/28/2003
  • Pages: 358

Table of Contents

Message from the Conference Chairpersons
RTSS 2003 Organizing Committee
List of Reviewers
Periodic Resource Model for Compositional Real-Time Guarantees 2
Radar Dwell Scheduling Considering Physical Characteristics of Phased Array Antenna 14
Evolving Real-Time Systems Using Hierarchical Scheduling and Concurrency Analysis 25
FAST: Frequency-Aware Static Timing Analysis 40
A Dynamic Voltage Scaling Algorithm for Sporadic Tasks 52
Power-Aware QoS Management in Web Servers 63
DOpE - A Window Server for Real-Time and Embedded Systems 74
An End-to-End Tool Chain for Multi-View Modeling and Analysis of Avionics Mission Computing Software 78
QoS Management in Replicated Real-Time Databases 86
Adaptive Coherency Maintenance Techniques for Time-Varying Data 98
Addressing Timeliness/Accuracy/Cost Tradeoffs in Information Collection for Dynamic Environments 108
Multiprocessor EDF and Deadline Monotonic Schedulability Analysis 120
Quick-release Fair Scheduling 130
Multiple-Resource Periodic Scheduling Problem: How Much Fairness is Necessary? 142
Data Caches in Multitasking Hard Real-Time Systems 154
Timed I/O Automata: A Mathematical Framework for Modeling and Analyzing Real-Time Systems 166
Monitoring of Timing Constraints with Confidence Threshold Requirements 178
Experimental Evaluation of Code Properties for WCET Analysis 190
Response Time Analysis for Tasks Scheduled under EDF within Fixed Priorities 200
Scheduling Real-Time Dwells Using Tasks with Synthetic Periods 210
Online Scheduling and Placement of Real-time Tasks to Partially Reconfigurable Devices 224
Scheduling Analysis Integration for Heterogeneous Multiprocessor SoC 236
Hardware Support for Priority Inheritance 246
Generating Formal Models for Real-Time Verification by Exact Low-Level Runtime Analysis of Synchronous Programs 256
Network-on-Chip Modeling for System-Level Multiprocessor Simulation 265
Exploring Efficient Operating Points for Voltage Scaled Embedded Processor Cores 275
JAM: A Jammed-Area Mapping Service for Sensor Networks 286
Contention-Free Periodic Message Scheduler Medium Access Control in Wireless Sensor / Actuator Networks 298
Optimal QoS Sampling Frequency Assignment for Real-Time Wireless Sensor Networks 308
Throughput and Value Maximization in Wireless Packet Scheduling under Energy and Time Constraints 324
On Maximum Rate Control of Weighted Fair Scheduling for Transactional Systems 335
Greedy Fair Queueing: A Goal-Oriented Strategy for Fair Real-Time Packet Scheduling 345
Can Fixed Priority Scheduling Work in Practice? 358
Evaluating Mission Critical Large-Scale Embedded System Performance in Real-Time Java 362
A Hybrid Control Design for QoS Management 366
Rotational-Position-Aware Real-Time Disk Scheduling Using a Dynamic Active Subset (DAS) 374
Firm Real-Time System Scheduling Based on a Novel QoS Constraint 386
Dynamic Integrated Scheduling of Hard Real-Time, Soft Real-Time, and Non-Real-Time Processes 396
An Analysable Bus-Guardian for Event-Triggered Communication 410
A Consensus Protocol for CAN-Based Systems 420
Impact of PCI-Bus Load on Applications in a PC Architecture 430
Author Index 441
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