ECRTS 2003: 15th Euromicro Conference on Real-Time Systems : Proceedings : 2-4 July, 2003, Porto, Portugal
IEEE Computer Society, 2003 - Real-time data processing - 303 pages
The typical subjects treated in the conference are traditionally related to scheduling, communication, operating systems, design methods, computer architectures, networks, performance analysis, and many more. During the last few years, the field of real-time systems quickly expanded toward new application areas, including multimedia computing, embedded systems, and wireless networks. Such new domains gave rise to new challenges and stimulated research in novel directions, such as quality of service management, energy-aware computing, stochastic scheduling, and feedback-based techniques for adaptive operating systems.
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Initial Values for OnLine Response Time Calculations
An Improved Schedulability Test for Uniprocessor Periodic Task
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