The International Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Real-Time Systems is a forum for the presentation and discussion of approaches, research findings, and experiences in the area of parallel and distributed real-time systems. Both research and development of relevant technologies are of interest, as well as the applications built using such technologies. This year features 4 special and invited sessions that highlight recent advances in real-time systems. Submissions to both general sessions and special sessions are solicited.
General Paper Sessions
These sessions will present high-quality papers submitted to the workshop and selected by the program committee for presentation and publication at WPDRTS.
Topics of interest include but are not limited to
Adaptive and reflective real-time systems
Applications, benchmarks, and tools
Architectures and hardware/software co-design
Distributed real-time and embedded middleware
Fault-tolerance, security, and robustness
Real-time operating systems
Real-time and embedded databases
Soft real-time and mixed-critical systems
Algorithms and Applications
QoS based resource management and real-time scheduling
Programming languages and environments
Specification, modeling, and analysis of real-time systems
Certification of resource managers
Real-time communication protocols and architecture
Special and Invited Sessions:Formal methods for distributed real-time systems
special session co-chairs: Ansgar Fehnker, University of New South Wales, Australia,
Sriram Sankaranarayanan, NEC Laboratories, USA
This Special Session provides a platform for work that employs Formal Methods for design and analysis of distributed and time critical systems.
special session chair: Michaela Huhn, University of Braunschweig, Germany
The automotive domain is a challenging application area for the tight integration of systems with different realtime characteristics.
Certification of Dynamic and Adaptive Systems
special session co-chairs: Paul R. Work, Raytheon Company, USA
Adam Porter, University of Maryland, USA
Wireless sensor networks
special session chair: William Leal, Ohio State University, USA
Areas of interest include but are not limited to:
high-level operating system and programming abstractions,
middleware and service architectures,
configuration management, testbeds,
in-network information processing,
novel applications and experience reports,
resource discovery and management,
disconnected and weakly-connected WSNs,
tools and methodologies forbuilding WSNs.
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