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23rd International Conference on
Real-Time Networks and Systems
9th Junior Researcher Workshop on Real-Time Computing
November 4-6, 2015
Centre de Recherche en Informatique,
Signal et Automatique de Lille
Welcome message 3
Venue and conference information 4
How to reach the conference location 6
Useful information 8
Social event 9
Social event 9 Banquet 10 Program overview 11 Wednesday 4th November 12 Thursday 5th November 13 Friday 6th November 14 9th Junior Researcher Workshop on Real-Time Computing (JRWRTC) 15 Real-Time Networks and Systems 2015 http://rtns2015.lifl.fr/ Lille, 4-6 November 2015 Welcome message RTNS is a very open conference with a great sense of community and a friendly atmosphere that presents excellent opportunities for collaboration. The purpose of the conference is to share your experience, your latest ideas, and latest research results with fellow researchers, developers, and professionals in the ﬁeld of real-time networks and systems.
We hope that the conference with its associated events will inspire new ideas, provide you the opportunity for discussion, and will allow you to deﬁne future plans of joint research.
We very much hope you will enjoy your stay in Lille!
Julien Forget (Université de Lille) Local organisation committee Giuseppe Lipari Clément Ballabriga Antoine Bertout Houssam Zahaf Khalil Hamzaoui Venue and conference information The conference will be held at the Polytech Lille, located in the Campus de l’Université de Lille 1. Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/jgr2Be8AgaP2.
Parking lot RTNS 2015 Lunch From metro stop "4 Cantons" to Polytech.
Address Polytech Lille Avenue Paul Langevin 59655 Villeneuve d’Ascq Registration The registration desk is located in the main hall of the building, where the conference will take place. Upon arrival all participants are kindly requested to go to the RTNS 2015 Registration Desk in order to collect their badges.
Polytech main entrance Conference room The conference will be held in the Amphitheatre Appert located at the ground ﬂoor, whereas the poster session will take place in the main hall.
Lunch The lunch will be served at the École Centrale (see map), room B14-B15.
Coﬀee breaks The coﬀee breaks are served in room Pasteur at Polytech (just in front of the conference room).
Proceedings The proceedings are available through the ACM Digital Library. Conference participants may also download the proceedings until the end of the conference using a login/password which you can ﬁnd in your bag:
http://rtns2015.liﬂ.fr/participant/ Wi-Fi access Please connect to the PolytechGuest network id. The network is protected with WPA-PSK with a password that changes everyday. The three passwords are provided inside the conference bag. Before using Internet, it is necessary open the browser on any web page: you will be redirected to a page where you will be asked to accept the terms and conditions.
The University of Lille and Polytech participate in the Eduroam and Eduspot projects, which should allow many participants to immediately connect without any prior conﬁguration.
How to reach the conference location
By plane — The closest airport is the Lille Airport (Lesquin - LIL). From there, there is a shuttle to the “Lille Flandres” train station, duration 20 minutes.
— It is possible to land in Charles de Gaulle (CDG) airport, and then take a fast train to one of the two train stations in Lille: “Gare de Lille Flandres” or “Gare de Lille Europe”.
— It is also possible to land in the airport of Charleroi (CRL) in Belgium, and then take a bus to Lille (duration: 1 hour 15 minutes). Please consult the Flibco bus company web site for more information: http://www.ﬂibco.com By train There are two train stations in Lille: “Gare de Lille Flandres” and “Gare de Lille Europe”. They are both located in the city center at 500 meters from one another. There are frequent connections from Paris Gare du Nord (travel time of approximately 1 hour), from London St. Pancras (1 hour 30 minutes) and from Bruxelles Midi (35 minutes).
By metro The conference location can be reached easily and comfortably by metro.
The Lille Metro network is managed by Transpole (https://www.transpole.fr/), and it consists of two lines, the yellow line (Ligne 1) and the red line (Ligne 2).
The Polytech is close to the last stations of the yellow line, called “4 Cantons – Grand Stade”. Metro stations are all over the city centre, and in particular in the two train stations. From “Gare Lille Flandres” to “4 Cantons – Grand Stade”, the travel time is of approximately 20 minutes. Automatic ticket machines are available in every metro stations. The price for a one-way ticket is of 1,50 e, and for 10 tickets is 12,50 e.
By car Lille is easily reachable by car through the A1 highway from Paris (about 250km), and from Bruxelles (about 120km).
By taxi Some taxi companies in Lille:
— Taxi Union – Tel: 03 20 06 06 06 — Taxi Lille Métropole – Tel: 06 62 32 49 24 — Taxi Flandres – Tel: 06 05 05 05 01 Plan of the Lille metro and tram network. The conference location is close to station 4 Cantons – Grand Stade, at the lower-right end of the yellow line.
Useful information Money/currency Credit cards are accepted in many shops, hotels, and restaurants (there is usually a minimum amount between 7 to 15 e).
For cash, you will ﬁnd ATMs on just about every street corner (24 hours a day).
Banks, exchange bureaus, and some post oﬃces handle currency exchange and also accept traveler’s checks. Whatever you are buying, prices are net. A gratuity is however customary in restaurants and for certain services (e.g., taxis).
Emergency phone number Dial the following numbers (toll-free) — Medical emergencies (SAMU): 15 — Police emergency: 17 — Fire-brigade: 18 — European emergency call: 112 Calling — To make a call within France: 0 + area number + number — Calls to France from abroad: 00 + 33 + number — To make an international call: 00 + country code + number Electric standards 220 Volts - 380 Volts / 50 Hertz Health Insurance and Health Emergencies The organisers will accept no liability for personal injuries sustained by or for loss or damage to property belonging to conference participants, either during or as a result of the conference or during any related events. Participants are strongly recommended to seek accident and health insurance, as well as insurances covering lost luggage and trip cancellation.
Social event This year we propose a guided tour of two exhibitions in the context of Lille Renaissance.
Lille was European Capital of Culture in 2004. After the great success of that event, the municipality decided to continue to invest in culture with Lille 3000: every 3 or 4 years the city organises a series of cultural events around one central theme. Lille Renaissance is the 4th edition of
Lille 3000. Among the many diﬀerent cultural events, we propose the guided visit of two exhibitions:
Tu dois changer ta vie!
(You must change your life!) This exhibition explores many diﬀerent topics: progress of science, philosophy, new technologies,... with a path designed as a game made of randomness and choices, which places the spectator as the main actor.
Location The meeting point is inside the hall of Tripostal, Avenue Willy Brandt, just behind the train station "Gare de Lille Flandres" (see map) at 15:45.
Please, be on time!
Banquet The banquet will be hosted at the Alliance Couvent des Minimes, starting at 20:00.
It is possible to walk to the place from the Rihour metro station or from the Grand Place (see map).
10:30 Coﬀee break 11:00 Session 1 : Multiprocessor I — A Contention-Sensitive Fine-Grained Locking Protocol for Multiprocessor Real-Time Systems Catherine Jarrett, Bryan Ward and James Anderson.
— Multiprocessor Fixed Priority Scheduling with Limited Preemptions Abhilash Thekkilakattil, Rob Davis, Radu Dobrin, Sasikumar Punnekkat and Marko Bertogna.
— Iterative Robust Multiprocessor Scheduling Shreya Adyanthaya, Marc Geilen, Twan Basten, Jeroen Voeten and Ramon Schiﬀelers.
12:15 Lunch 13:45 Session 2: Probabilistic Analysis — A Framework For The Evaluation Of Measurement-based Timing Analyses Benjamin Lesage, David Griﬃn, Frank Soboczenski, Iain Bate and Rob Davis.
— Joint Management of Processing and Cooling Power Based on Inaccurate Thermal Information in a Stochastic Real-Time System Mehdi Ghasemi, Morteza Mohaqeqi and Mehdi Kargahi.
— Study of the Reliability of Statistical Timing Analysis for Real-Time Systems Dorin Maxim, Frank Soboczenski, Iain Bate and Eduardo Tovar.
— Modelling Fault Dependencies when Execution Time Budgets are Exceeded David Griﬃn, Benjamin Lesage, Iain Bate, Frank Soboczenski and Robert I.
15:25 Coﬀee break 15:55 Session 3: Multi-Stage scheduling — Analysis for Supporting Real-Time Computer Vision Workloads using OpenVX on Multicore + GPU Platforms Kecheng Yang, Glenn Elliott and James Anderson — Memory-Processor Co-Scheduling in Fixed Priority Systems Alessandra Melani, Marko Bertogna, Vincenzo Bonifaci, Alberto Marchetti-Spaccamela and Giorgio Buttazzo.
— Resource Reservation for Real-Time Self-Suspending Tasks: Theory and Practice Alessandro Biondi, Alessio Balsini and Mauro Marinoni.
17:15 Junior Presentations 18:15 Cocktail and posters Thursday 5th November 9:00 Session 4 - Outstanding Papers — Scheduling with preemption delays: anomalies and issues Guillaume Phavorin, Pascal Richard, Joël Goossens, Thomas Chapeaux and Claire Maiza.
— Eﬃcient Context Switching for the Stack Cache: Implementation and Analysis Sahar Abbaspour, Florian Brandner, Amine Naji and Mathieu Jan.
— A Generic and Compositional Framework for Multicore Response Time Analysis Sebastian Altmeyer, Robert I. Davis, Leandro Soares Indrusiak, Claire Maiza, Vincent Nelis and Jan Reineke.
— How realistic is the mixed-criticality real-time system model?
Alexandre Esper, Geoﬀrey Nelissen, Vincent Nélis and Eduardo Tovar.
10:40 Coﬀee break 11:15 Session 5 - On-chip Networks — Flexible TDM-Based Resource Management in On-Chip Networks Adam Kostrzewa, Selma Saidi, Leonardo Ecco and Rolf Ernst.
— Hard Real-time Guarantee of Automotive Applications during Mode Changes Piotr Dziurzanski, Amit Singh, Leandro Indrusiak and Björn Saballus.
— Improved Priority Assignment for Real-Time Communications in On-Chip Networks Meng Liu, Matthias Becker, Moris Behnam and Thomas Nolte.
12:30 Lunch 14:00 Session 6 - WCET — WCET Analysis in Shared Resources Real-Time Systems with TDMA Buses Hamza Rihani, Matthieu Moy, Claire Maiza and Sebastian Altmeyer.
— WCET Analysis for Multi-Core Processors with Shared Buses and Event-Driven Bus Arbitration Michael Jacobs, Sebastian Hahn and Sebastian Hack.
15:15 Social Event 20:00 Banquet (RTNS’2015 Awards) Friday 6th November 9:00 Session 7 - Multiprocessors II — Response Time Analysis for G-EDF and G-DM Scheduling of Sporadic DAG-Tasks with Arbitrary Deadline Andrea Parri, Alessandro Biondi and Mauro Marinoni.
— Response Time Bounds for Sporadic Arbitrary-Deadline Tasks under Global FixedPriority Scheduling on Multiprocessors Wen-Hung Kevin Huang and Jian-Jia Chen.
— An Exact Schedulability Test for Global FP Using State Space Pruning Artem Burmyakov, Enrico Bini and Eduardo Tovar.
10:15 Coﬀee Break 10:45 Session 8 - Mixed Criticality — Mixed Criticality Systems with Weakly-Hard Constraints Oliver Gettings, Sophie Quinton and Robert Davis.
— The concurrent consideration of uncertainty in WCETs and processor speeds in mixed criticality systems Zhishan Guo and Sanjoy Baruah — Semi-partitioned Model for Dual-core Mixed Criticality System Hao Xu and Alan Burns.
— Generalized Mixed-Criticality Scheduling based on RUN Romain Gratia, Thomas Robert and Laurent Pautet.
12:25 Lunch 14:00 Session 9 - Networks — On Priority Assignment for Controller Area Network when some Message Identiﬁers are Fixed Robert Davis, Alan Burns, Victor Pollex and Frank Slomka.
— Time-Division Multiplexing vs Network Calculus: A Comparison Wolfgang Puﬃtsch, Rasmus Bo Sørensen and Martin Schoeberl.
— A Reliability-Aware Medium Access Control for Unidirectional Time-Constrained WSNs Philip Parsch and Alejandro Masrur.
15:15 Coﬀee break 15:35 Session 10 - Non-Preemptivity and Control — Non-Work-Conserving Scheduling of Non-Preemptive Hard Real-Time Tasks Based on Fixed Priorities Mitra Nasri and Gerhard Fohler.
— Worst-Case Performance Validation of Safety-Critical Control Systems with Dropped Samples Tobias Bund and Frank Slomka.
16:30 Goodbye speech, BEST PRESENTATION AWARD... and see you at RTNS’2016 9th Junior Researcher Workshop on Real-Time Computing (JRWRTC) Date: November 4th - 17:15 - 18:15 Program Chair: Benjamin Lesage
1. Failure tolerance for a multicore real-time system scheduled by PD2 Yves Marcellin Mouafo Tchinda, Annie Geniet-Choquet and Gaëlle Largeteau-Skapin
2. Discussion on the Spectral Analysis of Real-Time Multi-Path Tasks Fabrice Guet, Luca Santinelli and Jérôme Morio
3. Scheduling of parallel applications on many-core architectures with caches: bridging the gap between WCET analysis and schedulability analysis Viet Anh Nguyen, Isabelle Puaut and Damien Hardy
4. A Comparative Study of the Precision of Stack Cache Occupancy Analyses Amine Naji and Florian Brandner
5. ASLA: Adaptive System Level in AUTOSAR Amel Belaggoun, Ansgar Radermacher and Valerie Issarny
6. Towards Utilizing Reconﬁgurable Shared Resources in Multi-Core Hard Real-Time Systems Luca Pezzarossa, Martin Schoeberl and Jens Sparsø
7. Regulation versus Flow Control in NoC for Hard Real-time Systems: a Preliminary Case Study