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14th Real Time Linux Workshop, October 18 to 20, 2012 at the Department of Computer Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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October 18 to 20, 2012
Department of Computer Science
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill
USA

Overview

Thursday, October 18, 2012

8.30 am - 9.15 am Registration (Sitterson Lower Lobby)
9.30 am - 4.30 pm Free Papers I - IV, see Time Table below

Friday, October 19, 2012

8.30 am - 9.00 am Registration (Sitterson Lower Lobby)

Saturday, October 20, 2012

9.00 am - 9.30 am Registration (Sitterson Lower Lobby)

Time Table

Thursday, October 18, 2012

   8.30 am -   9.15 am 

Registration (Sitterson Lower Lobby)

   9.15 am -   9.30 am 

Plenary Opening Session, Welcome Notes (Room SN014)

   9.30 am - 12.30 am 

Free Papers I (Room SN014)

Free Papers II (Room SN011)

   9.30 am - 10.10 am 

First Experiences on PWCS synchronized Data Structures, Benjamin Engel

The Case for Migratory Priority Inheritance in Linux: Bounded Priority Inversions on Multiprocessors, Björn Brandenburg

 10.10 am - 10.50 am 

Operating System Noise: Linux vs. Microkernel, Michal Sojka

UART-based LIN-bus Support for Linux with SocketCAN Interface, Pavel Píša

 10.50 am - 11.10 am 

Coffee Break

 11.10 am - 11.50 am 

Operating System Abstraction for Large-Scale Real-Time Multicores, Christopher Zimmer

Development of a Real Time Control System for a Pressure Plant in an ARM-based Embedded Platform trough Scicos/Scilab/RTAI, Jimmy Encomendero

 11.50 am - 12.30 pm 

Real-Time Linux, Multicore ARM and Fast Context Switch a couple of year later: performance analysis, Luca Recchia

 

 12.30 pm -  1.30 pm 

Lunch Break

   1.30 pm -   4.30 pm 

Free Papers III (Room SN014)

Free Papers IV (Room SN011)

   1.30 pm -   2.10 pm 

Challenges in Virtualizing Real-Time Systems Using KVM/QEMU Solution, Manikandan Ramachandran

High Performance Tracing Tools for Multicore Linux Hard Real-Time Systems, Raphaël Beamonte

   2.10 pm -   2.50 pm 

Can real-time capabilities and power-saving modes coexist?, Carsten Emde

Principles and Implementation of ESRNGs - Embarrassingly Simple Random Number Generators for GNU/Linux, Nicholas Mc Guire

   2.50 pm -   3.10 pm 

Coffee Break

   3.10 pm -   3.50 pm 

The Limitations of Fixed-Priority Interrupt Handling in PREEMPT RT and Alternative Approaches, Glenn A. Elliott

 

   3.50 pm -   4.30 pm 

Managing Low Latency in Paravirtualized Virtual Machines, Adam Lackorzynski