RTNS 2021 will be hold virtually (in Gather Town). Each presentation has two components: a longer presentation of 20 minutes to be watched before the actual conferences; and then a 5-minutes presentation to be played/exposed live in during the session. Each session is organized by a session chair. During the session, questions can be asked following the presenter’s short talk.
Day 1 – April 7th
||Session 1: Systems
||Session 2: Networks
Keynote: Validation and Evaluation of Safety and Reliability of Automated Vehicles
- The Keynote will be given by Professor Daniel Watzenig from Technical University of Graz.
- This talk will give an overview about the current state-of-play and will address the current challenges of evaluating reliability and safety of mixed criticality, software-defined automated vehicles. Particularly, multi-sensor perception, data fusion and decision making under uncertainty given real-time constraints will be discussed.
- This talk will be presented live.
Session 1: Systems
- Agostino Mascitti and Tommaso Cucinotta. Dynamic Partitioned Scheduling of Real-Time DAG Tasks on ARM big.LITTLE Architectures. Video of the presentation, Slides.
- Alfonso Mascareñas González, Frédéric Boniol, Youcef Bouchebaba, Jean-Loup Bussenot and Jean-Baptiste Chaudron. Heterogeneous multicore SDRAM interference analysis. Video of the presentation, Slides.
- Nathan Otterness, James H. Anderson. Exploring AMD GPU Scheduling Details by Experimenting With “Worst Practices”. Video of the presentation, Slides.
- Haoran Li, Meng Xu, Chong Li, Chenyang Lu, Christopher Gill, Linh Phan, Insup Lee and Oleg Sokolsky. Towards Virtualization-Agnostic Latency for Time-Sensitive Applications. Video of the presentation, Slides.
- Stephen Tang, James H. Anderson and Luca Abeni. On the Defectiveness of SCHEDDEADLINE w.r.t. Tardiness and Affinities, and a Partial Fix. Video of the presentation, Slides.
Session 2: Real-Time Networks
- Ruben Martins, Michael McCall, Dionisio de Niz, Amit Vasudevan, Bjorn Andersson, Mark Klein, John P. Lehoczky and Hyoseung Kim. Formal Verification of a Mixed-Trust Synchronization Protocol. Video of the presentation, Slides.
- Bahar Houtan, Mohammad Ashjaei, Masoud Daneshtalab, Mikael Sjödin and Saad Mubeen. Synthesising Schedules to Improve QoS of Best-effort Traffic in TSN Networks. Video of the presentation, Slides.
- Rodrigo Saar de Moraes, Simona Bernardi and Simin Nadjm-Tehrani. A model-based approach for analysing network communication timeliness in IMA systems at concept level. Video of the presentation, Slides.
- Tieu Long Mai and Nicolas Navet. Improvements to Deep-Learning-based Feasibility Prediction of Switched Ethernet Network Configurations. Video of the presentation, Slides.
- David Hellmanns, Lucas Haug, Moritz Hildebrand, Frank Dürr, Stephan Kehrer and René Hummen. How to Optimize Joint Routing and Scheduling Models for TSN Using Integer Linear Programming. Video of the presentation, Slides.
Day 2 – April 8th
||Life Achievement Award
||Session 3: Sched. and Timing analysis
||Muhammad Ali Awan
||Session 4: Novel appl. of Scheduling
||Session 5: Design and Verification
Session 3: Scheduling and Timing analysis
- Pascal Sotin, Quentin Vermande and Hugues Cassé. Data Cache Analysis by Counting Integer Points. Video of the presentation, Slides.
- Jatin Arora, Cláudio Maia, Syed Aftab Rashid, Geoffrey Nelissen and Eduardo Tovar. Bus-Contention Aware Schedulability Analysis for the 3-Phase Task Model with Partitioned Scheduling. Video of the presentation, Slides.
- Tianning She, Sudharsan Vaidhun, Qijun Gu, Sajal Das, Zhishan Guo and Kecheng Yang. Precise Scheduling of Mixed-Criticality Tasks on Varying-Speed Multiprocessors. Video of the presentation, Slides.
- Javier Pérez Rodríguez and Patrick Meumeu Yomsi. An Efficient Proactive Thermal-Aware Scheduler for DVFS-enabled Single-Core Processors. Video of the presentation, Slides.
- Tommaso Cucinotta and Luca Abeni. Migrating Constant Bandwidth Servers on Multi-Cores. Video of the presentation, Slides.
Session 4: Novel applications of scheduling
- Sanjoy Baruah. The Feasibility-Analysis Problem for Conditional DAG Tasks is co-NPNP-Hard (Why This Matters). Video of the presentation, Slides.
- Michael Schmid and Juergen Mottok. Response Time Analysis of Parallel Real-Time DAG Tasks Scheduled by Thread Pools. Video of the presentation, Slides.
- Sanjoy Baruah, Alan Burns and Yue Wu. Optimal Synthesis of IDK-Cascades. Video of the presentation, Slides.
- Pratham Oza and Thidapat Chantem. Timely and Non-Disruptive Response of Emergency Vehicles: A Real-Time Approach. Video of the presentation, Slides.
Session 5: Design and verification
- Max Brand, Albrecht Mayer and Frank Slomka. Crumbs: Utilizing Functional Programming for Hardware Trace Data Analysis. Video of the presentation, Slides.
- Imane Haur, Jean-Luc Béchennec and Olivier Henri Roux. Formal schedulability analysis based on multi-core RTOS model. Video of the presentation, Slides.
- Zahaf Houssam-Eddine, Sanudo Olmedo Ignacio, Singh Jayati, Capodieci Nicola and Faucou Sebastien. Contention-Aware GPU Partitioning and Task-to-Partition Allocation for Real-Time Workloads. Video of the presentation, Slides.