The RTSS'97 WIP sessions will be devoted to the presentation of new
and on-going projects in real-time systems and applications. The
prime purpose of these sessions is to provide researchers an
opportunity to discuss their evolving ideas and gather feedback
thereon from the real-time community at large. The RTSS'97 WIP
sessions will be held on Wednesday, December 3, 1997 and on Thursday,
December 4, 1997. They will consist of 12-minute presentations of all
accepted submissions. Also, accepted submissions will be included in
a special RTSS'97 WIP proceedings which
will be distributed to all RTSS'97 conference participants, and will
be available electronically from the IEEE-CS TC-RTS Home Page on the
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Sponsored by IEEE-CS TC-RTS
There were 16 submissions to the WIP session, of which 10 have been
accepted for presentation and inclusion in the proceedings. The accepted papers are listed
RTSS'97 WIP Session 1: Wednesday December 3, 1997 / 5:00 - 5:40pm
RTSS'97 WIP Session 2: Thursday December 4, 1997 / 5:00 - 6:00pm
- CPU Reservations and Time Constraints: Efficient, Predictable
Scheduling of Independent Activities, Michael B. Jones,
Microsoft Research, Microsoft Corporation Daniela Rosu and
Marcel-Catalin Rosu, College of Computing, Georgia Institute of
Characterizing Group Communication Middleware for a Real-time
Distributed System, L. M. Feeney, P. Bernadat, and F. Travostino,
The Open Group Research Institute, Cambridge, MA.
- Real-Time Monitoring
of the EIVIS Distributed Video-Server on Windows NT, M. Gergeleit
and M. Mock, GMD - German National Research Center for Information
Technology Research Division SET-RS (Responsive Systems),
St. Augustin, Germany.
Predictability and Responsiveness of Fault Recovery Operations in
Real-Time Systems, Pedro Mejia-Alvarez, CINVESTAV-IPN, Seccion de
Computacion, Mexico, and Juan A. de la Puente,
E.T.S.I. Telecomunicacion. Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain.
- Compositional Reasoning about Real-Time Asynchronous
Communication with Time-Outs, D. Peticolas and F.A. Stomp, University
of California, Davis.
- Exploring Consistency of Read-Only Transactions in Real-Time
Systems, Kwok-Wa Lam, Sang H. Son* and Sheung-Lun Hung, City
University of Hong Kong, and University of Virginia.
- Dynamic Timing Constraints - Relaxing Overconstraining Specifications
of Real-Time Systems, Gerhard Fohler, Malardalens University, Sweden.
- Exploring the Importance of Preprocessing Operations in Real-Time
Multiprocessor Scheduling, Jan Jonsson,
Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden.
- Compiler Support for non-Intrusive Monitoring and Debugging of
Real-Time Systems in the CRL Environment, Plamen Petrov and Alex
Stoyen, New Jersey Institute of Technology, NJ.
- Optimization of Real-Time MRL Rule-Based Systems with the EQL
Optimizer, Albert Mo Kim Cheng, University of Houston.
Created on: 1997.07.05
Updated on: 1997.11.26