RTSS 2020

Accepted Papers

Conference papers (28 out of 140 submissions)

  1. A Real-Time CAN-CAN Gateway with Tight Latency Analysis and Targeted Priority Assignment
    Guoqi Xie, Haijie Gong, Yunbo Han, Samarjit Chakraborty and Wanli Chang
  2. A study of predictable execution models implementation for industrial data-flow applications on a multi-core platform with shared banked memory
    Matheus Schuh, Claire Maiza, Joel Goossens, Pascal Raymond and Benoît Dupont de Dinechin
  3. An Optimization Framework for Real-Time Systems with Sustainable Schedulability Analysis
    Yecheng Zhao, Runzhi Zhou and Haibo Zeng
  4. DAG Scheduling and Analysis on Multiprocessor Systems: Exploitation of Parallelism and Dependency
    Shuai Zhao, Xiaotian Dai, Iain Bate, Alan Burns and Wanli Chang
  5. E-WarP: a System-wide Framework for Memory Bandwidth Profiling and Management
    Parul Sohal, Rohan Tabish, Ulrich Drepper and Renato Mancuso
  6. Energy-Constrained Standby-Sparing for Weakly Hard Real-Time Systems
    Linwei Niu and Danda Rawat
  7. Generating Utilization Vectors for the Systematic Evaluation of Schedulability Tests
    David Griffin, Iain Bate and Robert Davis
  8. GoodSpread: Criticality-Aware Static Scheduling of CPS with Multi-QoS Resources
    Debayan Roy, Sumana Ghosh, Qi Zhu, Marco Caccamo and Samarjit Chakraborty
  9. HARC: A Heterogeneous Array of Redundant Persistent Clocks for Batteryless, Intermittently-Powered Systems
    Vishal Deep, Vishak Narayanan, Mathew Wymore, Daji Qiao and Henry Duwe
  10. Hard-Real-Time Routing in Probabilistic Graphs to Minimize Expected Delay
    Kunal Agrawal, Sanjoy Baruah, Zhishan Guo, Jing Li and Sudharsan Vaidhun
  11. Hybridization for stability verification of nonlinear switched systems
    Miriam García Soto and Pavithra Prabhakar
  12. Integrating Online Safety-related Memory Tests in Multicore Real-Time Systems
    Ciro Donnarumma, Alessandro Biondi, Francesco De Rosa and Stefano Di Carlo
  13. Maintaining Real-Time Data Freshness in Wireless Powered Communication Networks
    Zimeng Zhou, Zelin Yun, Chenchen Fu, Jason Xue and Song Han
  14. Mixed-Criticality Scheduling in Compositional Real-Time Systems with Multiple Budget Estimates
    Kecheng Yang and Zheng Dong
  15. Non-Preemptive Real-Time Multiprocessor Scheduling Beyond Work-Conserving
    Hyeongboo Baek, Jaeheon Kwak and Jinkyu Lee
  16. On Removing Algorithmic Priority Inversion from Mission-critical Machine Inference Pipelines
    Shengzhong Liu, Shuochao Yao, Xinzhe Fu, Rohan Tabish, Simon Yu, Ayoosh Bansal, Heechul Yun, Lui Sha and Tarek Abdelzaher
  17. Optimal Priority Assignment for Multiple CAN/CAN-FD Buses with a Central Gateway
    Taeju Park, Jiarui Lyu and Kang Shin
  18. Pythia-MCS: Enabling Quarter-Clairvoyance in I/O-Driven Mixed-Criticality Systems
    Zhe Jiang, Kecheng Yang, Nathan Fisher, Neil Audsley and Zheng Dong
  19. R-TOD: Real-Time Object Detector with Minimized End-to-End Delay for Autonomous Driving
    Wonseok Jang, Hansaem Jeong, Kyungtae Kang, Nikil Dutt and Jong-Chan Kim
  20. Rate-Monotonic Schedulability of Implicit-Deadline Tasks is NP-hard Beyond Liu and Layland’s Bound
    Pontus Ekberg
  21. Real-Time Recovery for Cyber-Physical Systems using Linear Approximations
    Lin Zhang, Xin Chen, Fanxin Kong and Alvaro Cardenas
  22. Reliability Test based on a Binomial Experiment for Probabilistic Worst-Case Execution Times
    Luís Fernando Arcaro, Karila Palma Silva, Rômulo Silva de Oliveira and Luís Almeida
  23. Response Time Analysis and Priority Assignment of Processing Chains on ROS2 Executors
    Yue Tang, Zhiwei Feng, Nan Guan, Xu Jiang, Mingsong Lv, Qingxu Deng and Wang Yi
  24. Response-Time Analysis for Non-Preemptive Global Scheduling with FIFO Spin Locks
    Suhail Nogd, Geoffrey Nelissen, Mitra Nasri and Björn Brandenburg
  25. Robust and Accurate Period Inference using Regression-Based Techniques
    Serban Vadineanu and Mitra Nasri
  26. Schedulability Analysis for Adaptive Mixed Criticality Systems with Arbitrary Deadlines and Semi-Clairvoyance
    Alan Burns and Robert Davis
  27. The Best of All Worlds: Improving Predictability at the Performance of Conventional Coherence with No Protocol Modifications
    Salah Hessien and Mohamed Hassan
  28. Towards Practical Multiprocessor EDF with Affinities
    Stephen Tang and Jim Anderson