Call for Participation for IEEE RTAS '03 
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 Call for Participation for IEEE RTAS '03

Hi Folks,

        Please note that the location of the Ninth IEEE Real-Time and
Embedded Technology and Applications Symposium has moved from Toronto
to Washington DC.  We hope to see you there!




  Ninth IEEE Real-Time and Embedded Technology and Applications

                             May 27 - 30, 2003  
                     Washington, D.C., USA
                    (relocated from Toronto)

    Sponsored by The IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on
                       Real-Time Systems


Symposium Highlights

Come and participate in the premier symposium on real-time and
embedded technology in 2003. Researchers, practitioners, and experts
from all over the world will get together to present and discuss the
state of the art in real-time applications, technologies, runtimes,
and models. Building upon the success of past conferences in this
series RTAS 2003 has very strong technical sessions featuring state of
the art research in the field.

Research papers in RTAS 2003 examine the following general areas:

Determining how a myriad of real-world physical constraints can be
integrated and satisfied simultaneously with multi-dimensional QoS and
functional constraints when designing software,

Identifying how hardware/software co-design can contribute to a

Examining the current levels of abstraction used in the development of
real-time applications with a critical eye toward improving the
usefulness of metrics and validation techniques, and

Elevating the levels of abstraction at which software for real-time
and embedded systems are developed and validated, including
model-based software techniques, aspect-oriented programming, software
component models, and QoS-enabled DRE middleware.

Specific areas addressed include:

 - Real-time Linux and applications
 - Real-time Java support and applications
 - DRE middleware, e.g., Real-time CORBA and Distributed Real-time
 - Java
 - Secure real-time systems
 - OS support for mixed response requirements
 - Novel kernel-level mechanisms
 - Open architectures for resource control
 - Power-aware resource management
 - Real-time software component models
 - QoS-aware application design and patterns
 - Real-time system modeling and analysis
 - Embedded control applications

Register online until May 15th and receive an early registration
discount. For
registration information check the web site at

    http://www.*-*-*.com/ .


Workshop on Model-Driven Embedded Systems(MDES'02)

In conjunction with RTAS 2003, an IEEE-sponsored workshop will be held
Tuesday, May 27, which focuses on various aspects of integrating
architectures, patterns, frameworks, and analysis of embedded
systems. Papers
that report about new results about model driven architectures, model
computing, distributed real-time and embedded middleware, hybrid
control, and
aspect composition of embedded systems will be presented. For more

website at

    http://www.*-*-*.com/ ~cdgill/RTAS03/mdes_workshop.html .


Advance Program

Tuesday May 27, 2002

   * RTAS 2003 Workshop on Model-Driven Embedded Systems

Wednesday May 28 2003

   * 07:30-08:30 / Registration and Breakfast

   * 08:30-09:00 / Welcome
       o Symposium Chairs

   * 09:00-10:30 / Keynote Speech

   * 10:30-11:00 / Break

   * 11:00-12:30 / Session 1: Applications of Scheduling
       o "Real-Time Scheduling of Hierarchical Reward-Based Tasks"
       o "Real-time Support for Mobile Robotics"
       o "Template-Based Real-Time Dwell Scheduling with Energy

   * 12:30-14:00 / Lunch

   * 14:00-15:30 / Session 2: Middleware
       o "Evaluating Real-Time Java for Mission Critical Large-Scale
       Embedded Systems"
       o "Feedback Control Real-Time Scheduling in ORB Middleware"
       o "Towards Predictability Real-Time Java Object Request

   * 15:30-16:00 / Break

   * 16:00-17:30 / Session 3: Tools and Methodology
       o "VEST: An Aspect-Based Real-Time Composition Tool"
       o "Tool Set Implementation for Scenario-based Multithreading of

          UML-RT Models and Experimental Validation"
       o "A Model-Based Approach to System-Level Dependency and
          Real-Time Analysis of Embedded Software"

   * 17:30 / Wrap-up of Day 1

Thursday May 29 2003

   * 07:30-08:45 / Registration and Breakfast

   * 08:45-09:00 / Welcome to Day 2
        o Symposium Chairs

   * 09:00-10:30 / Session 4: Operating Systems
       o "A Cyclic-Executive-Based QoS Guarantee over USB"
       o "Kernel Support for Open QoS-Aware Computing"
       o "Practical Voltage-Scaling for Fixed-Priority RT-Systems"

   * 10:30-11:00 / Break

   * 11:00-12:30 / Session 5: Panel on Advances in Large-Scale
                              Real-Time and Embedded Systems

   * 12:30-14:00 / Lunch

   * 14:00-15:30 / Session 6: Power-Aware Scheduling
       o "An Integrated Approach for Applying Dynamic Voltage Scaling
          to Hard Real-Time Systems"
       o "Evaluation of Application-aware Heterogeneous Embedded
          for Performance and Energy Consumption"
       o "Collaborative Operating System and Compiler Power Management
          Real-Time Applications"

   * 15:30-16:00 / Break

   * 16:00-17:30 / Session 7:  Modeling and Experience
       o "Synchronous Modeling of Avionics Applications using the
       SIGNAL Language"
       o "Analysis of the Execution Time Unpredictability caused by
          Branch Prediction"
       o "Modular Code Generation from Hybrid Automata based on Data

   * 17:30 / Wrap-up of Day 2

Friday May 30 2003

   * 07:30-08:45 / Registration and Breakfast

   * 08:45-09:00 / Welcome to Day 3
        o Symposium Chairs

   * 09:00-10:30 / Invited Talk

   * 10:30-11:00 / Break

   * 11:00-12:30 / Session 8: Scheduling for Multiprocessing
       o "Global Multiprocessor Scheduling of Aperiodic Tasks using
       o "Improving Scalability of Task Allocation and Scheduling in
       Large Distributed
          Real-Time Systems Using Shared Buffers"
       o "A comparison of MPCP and MSRP When Sharing Resources in the
          Multiple-Processor-on-a-Chip Platform"

   * 12:30-14:00 / Lunch

   * 14:00-15:00 / Session 9: Quality of Service
       o "Probabilistic Worst-Case Response-Time Analysis for the
       Controller Area
       o "Feedback Control with Queueing-Theoretic Prediction for
       Relative Delay
          Guarantees in Web Servers"

   * 15:00-15:30 / Break

   * 15:30-17:00 / Session : Panel

   * 17:00 / Wrap-up of the Symposium


Conference Registration

For electronic registration, follow the Registration link at


For mail/fax registration, send following registration form

Linda Buss, Registrar
E3774 - 550th Ave.
Menomonie, WI 54751
Phone: 715-235-0487     Fax: 715-232-6244 or 715-235-2258  


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Category            May 15, 2003 or Before                 After May
IEEE Members               $520                                   $630
Non-Members                $640                                   $790
Full-time Students         $290                                   $390


Category             May 15, 2003 or Before                After May
IEEE Members               $155                                   $155
Non-Members                $190                                   $240
Full-time Students         no discount                            no

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              For more information check the RTAS 2003 Home Page at

Dr. Douglas C. Schmidt, Professor           TEL: (615) 343-8197
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science FAX: (615) 343-7440
Vanderbilt University                       WEB:

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