The purpose of the 7th Junior Researcher Workshop on Real-Time Computing is to bring together junior researchers working on real-time systems (PhD students, postdocs, etc). It will provide a relaxed forum to present and discuss new ideas, new research directions, and to review current trends in this area. The workshop will be based on short presentations that encourage discussion by the conference attendees.
The proceedings of the workshop are available online (PDF).
The paper Improving the Precision of Approximations in WCET Analysis for Multi-Core Processors has received the Best Paper Award of the Junior Researcher Workshop 2013. Thanks to Liliana Cucu-Grosjean and INRIA Rocquencourt for organizing/sponsoring the best paper prize.
List of accepted papers:
Improving the Precision of Approximations in WCET Analysis for Multi-Core Processors
An Optimal Design Flow for Hard Real-Time Streaming Systems
Mohamed Bamakhrama, Teddy Zhai and Todor Stefanov.
Minimizing the cardinality of a real-time task set by automated task clustering
Antoine Bertout, Julien Forget and Richard Olejnik.
Optimism due to serialization in the trajectory approach for switched Ethernet networks
Georges Kemayo, Frédéric Ridouard, Henri Bauer and Pascal Richard.
History-Cognisant Time-Utility-Functions for Scheduling Overloaded Real-Time Control Systems
Florian Kluge, Mike Gerdes, Florian Haas and Theo Ungerer.
Schedule-aware Distribution of Parallel Load in a Mixed Criticality Environment
Application Architecture Adequacy through an FFT case study
Emilien Kofman, Jean-Vivien Millo and Robert de Simone.
Running Linux and AUTOSAR side by side
Tillmann Nett and Jörn Schneider.
A constraint-based WCET computation framework
Hajer Herbegue, Mamoun Filali-Amine and Hugues Cassé.
Taming Control Exchange for Software Defined Radio in System Level Models
Andrea Enrici, Ludovic Apvrille and Renaud Pacalet.
Improved Priority Assignment for the Abort-and-Restart (AR) Model
Hing Choi Wong and Alan Burns.
Load and Quality Cooperation for Distributed Embedded Systems Using Different Modes of Operation
John Schommer, Thomas Gerlitz and Stefan Kowalewski.
Design and Implementation of a FPGA-Based RTOS Real-Time Performance Analysis Environment (RTPE) for Satellite On-Board Computers
Fernando Garcia Nicodemos, Osamu Saotome and George Lima.
Worst-Case Communication Overhead in a Many-Core based Shared-Memory Model
Dkhil Amira, Stephane Louise and Christine Rochange.
Towards a Programming and Analysis Framework for Timer Units
Marco Marazza, Fabio Cremona, Daniele Ceraolo Spurio, Carsten Demuth, Christian Nastasi and Alberto Ferrari.
A separate booklet containing the proceedings will be available at the
conference and on the web page of the conference.
Please consult the website of the 21st International Conference on
Real-Time and Network Systems for further information
on the available templates, registration, venue and hotel
The call for papers is available as both PDF and plain text.