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Fourth Real-Time Linux Workshop on December 6 to 7, 2002, in Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Agenda


Conference Location:

School of Management
595 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA-02215, USA
Directions


Thursday December 5

19:00 Informal Evening
Boston Beer Works, 61 Brookline Ave, Boston, MA 02215


Friday December 6

08:00 Registration
Register here for Kick start sessions.

08:55 Workshop opening
Pablo Alvarez, Nicholas McGuire, Richard West, Peter Wurmsdobler


Industrial and experimental applications

09:00 Real-Time Linux for Flight Testing Uninhabited Aerial Vehicles and GA Aircraft
Charles E. Hall
09:30 Space Robotics: an Experimental Set-up based on RTAI-Linux
Alessandro Macchelli, C. Melchiorri, R. Carloni and M. Guidetti
10:00 Flash Storage in Linux-Based Residential Gateways
Zachi Friedman

10:30 Coffee break

11:00 Real-time Linux in Chemical Process Control: Some Application Results
Andrey Romanenko, Lino O. Santos and Paulo A.F.N.A. Afonso
11:30 A Digital PID Controller Using RTAI
Rodrigo da Silva Guerra, Hermes Jose Goncalves and Walter Fetter Lages
12:00 Graphic Supervisor of Lung Ventilator
River Quispe Tacas, Alejandro Palomino Amaro, Adolfo Ascanio Rafael and Carlos Albino Rivera

12:30 Lunch break


Contributions and architectures

14:00 A Sample Data Acquisition and Control Application Using RTLab
Calin Culianu and David Christini
14:30 Generic Real-Time Infrastructure for Signal Acquisition, Generation and Processing
Herman Bruyninckx and Peter Soetens
15:00 RealBOX, A Novel Approach to MiniRTL Implementation for Instrumentation And Control Applications
Nurpinar Akdeniz and Tekin Aydin

15:30 Coffee break

16:00 Graphical Programming of Realtime Applications with LabVIEW for Linux RTAI
Thomas Leibner and Gerd Schmitz
16:30 Pretty Pictures in Hard Real-Time
P. N. Daly, C.F. Claver, D. Dryden, R. Gomez and B. Abareshi
17:00 Driver Architecture in a Linux World
John W. Linville
17:30 BOF session: Linux in control
Herman Bruyninckx and Peter Wurmsdobler

18:00 St. Nicholas Punch Party


Saturday December 7

General issues and concepts

09:00 Teaching Real-Time Control Using Free Systems Software
Kenneth H. Jacker
09:30 Loosely Coupled Tool Integration Architecture for Embedded Linux
Seung Woo Son, Hyung Taek Lim, Chae Deok Lim and Heung Nam Kim
10:00 GNU Bayonne: Telephony Services for Freely Licensed Operating Systems
David Sugar

10:30 Coffee break

11:00 Shielded Processors: Guaranteeing Sub-millisecond Response in Standard Linux
Steve Brosky and Steve Rotolo
11:30 Improving the Responsiveness of Linux Applications in RTAI
Luca Marzario, Luca Abeni and Giuseppe Lipari
12:00 Implementing Resource Reservations in Linux
Luca Abeni and Giuseppe Lipari

12:30 Lunch break

14:00 Predictability in Embedded Linux and Commercial Requirements
Masatoshi Iwasaki and Tatsuo Nakajima
14:30 A Quality-of-Service Enhanced Socket API in GNU/Linux
Hasan Abbasi, Christian Poellabauer, Karsten Schwan, Gregory Losik and Richard West
15:00 An Assessment of Real-Time Robot Control over IP Networks
Gustavo Hommerding Alt and Walter Fetter Lages

15:30 Coffee break

16:00 RTLinux POSIX API for IO on Real-time FIFOs and Shared Memory
Cort Dougan and Matt Sherer
16:30 Bandwidth Allocation in RT-Linux
Vladimir Pajkovski
17:00 Using Linux Kernel Facilities from RT-threads
Nicholas McGuire
17:30 FSMLabs RTLinux PSDD: Hard real-time with memory protection
Victor Yodaiken, Michael Barabanov, Cort Dougan

17:30 Conference closing
 

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