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OSADL Project: Real Time Linux Workshops

Real Time Linux Foundation Workshops since 1999

Real Time Linux Workshops

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First Real Time Linux Workshop on December 13 to 15, 1999 in Vienna, Austria

Agenda

13. December 1999: Application's day

8:00 Init day (registration and coffee)
8:45 Init Real Time Linux Workshop, Nicholas McGuire, Stefan Jakubek, Peter Wurmsdobler
9:00 Real Time Linux - Use and Applications, Phil Wilshire
9:45 Complex control systems, applications of DIAPM-RTAI at DIAPM, Lorenzo Dozio
10:30 Coffee break
11:00 Real time Linux used at NOAO and the LabVIEW fifos.vi, Philip N Daly
11:45 Real-Time Linux in Robotics and Control Systems Research: A Pratical Experience, Daniele Arduini
12:30 Lunch break
14:00 Programmable Logic Techniques for Fast Data Acquisition and Control, John Storrs
14:45 The Linux Lab Project, Claus Schroeter
15:30 Coffee break
16:00 RT-Linux for Adaptive Cardiac Arrhythmia Control, David Christini
16:45 MiniRTL - a minimum realtime linux system , Nicholas McGuire
17:30 Coffee break
18:00 Real Time Linux for a torque measurement stage, Peter Wurmsdobler
18:45 A simple control application with Real Time Linux, Peter Wurmsdobler
19:30 Cleanup first day

14. December 1999: Developer's day

8:30 Init day (coffee)
9:00 NMT-RTL, Bernhard Kuhn, on behalf of Michael Barabanov
9:45 DIAPM-RTAI (for Linux): WHYs, WHATs and HOWs, Paolo Mantegazza
10:30 Coffee break
11:00 KURT, Douglas Niehaus
11:45 Linux/RK - The Ressource kernel, Ragunathan (Raj) Rajkumar
12:30 Lunch break
14:00 Real Time Programming -- Pitfalls, Problems, and common errors, Tomasz "Tomek" Motylevski, on behalf of Steve Oualline
14:45 Writing Real-Time Compatible Device Drivers for Linux, David Schleef
15:30 Coffee break
16:00 RED-Linux Project , Yu-Chung Wang
16:45 SMART (Scheduling Multimedia Applications Real-Time) for Linux , Dilma Menezes da Silva
17:30 Coffee break
18:00 Linux within Philips Research , Arnold Niessen
18:45 Real-Time Linux: Determination of Application Properties , Helmut Dohmann
19:30 Cleanup second day

15. December 1999: Discussion's day

8:30 Init day (coffee)
11:00 Comparison of real time inplementations, Struart Hughes
9:45 Fragmentation and methods to overcome Manfred Hollstein
10:30 Coffee break
11:00 Efforts towards a unification, Phil Wilshire
12:30 Lunch break
14:00 Real time linux API definition, Bernhard Kuhn
15:30 Coffee break
16:00 RT-Linux port to other architectures Phil Wilshire
17:30 Cleanup Real Time Linux Workshop
 

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