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Fifth Real-Time Linux Workshop on November 9 to 11, 2003, in Valencia, Spain

Workshop Agenda

November 9-11 2003
Department of Computer Engineering
Universidad Politecnica de Valencia
Camino de Vera s/n Valencia, 46071, Spain

Directions


Sunday, November 9

21:00 Informal come-together
Restaurante Canovas, Plaza Canovas del Castillo" número 9, Valencia.

Kickstart sessions are offered in parallel to all paper presentations throughout the workshop in the Building 1G, first floor, "Torres quevedo" lab.
A "playground" for general discussions and "show me your code" sessions is available throughout the workshop in the Building 1G, third floor, "Sala de juntes" room.


Monday, November 10

09:00 Registration, Building 1E, Hall


09:25 WELCOME, Building 1E, Room 200
09:30 The fundamental role of open systems in future applications
Andrea Cuomo
10:30 ALMA Correlator Real-Time Data Processor
J.A. Pisano


11:00 Coffee break


11:30 GENERAL APPLICATIONS, Building 1E, Room 200 INDUSTRIAL CONTROL AND AUTOMATION, Building 3A, Room 45
11:30 Prototype to Evaluate the Parameters of Forced Spirometry
River Quispe Tacas and Carlos Albino Rivera
MatPLC: Towards Real-Time Performance
Mário de Sousa, Jiří Baum and Andrey Romanenko
12:00 Flexible Digital Control System for Multiple Fatigue Tests
E. Vigoni, G.L. Ghiringhelli, L. Dozio and P. Mantegazza
A Programmable Logic Controller under RTLinux Following Related Standards
I. Plaza, C. Medrano and C. Catalán


12:30 Lunch break
Lunch will be available from 13:00 in the cantine.


14:00 GENERAL APPLICATIONS, Building 1E, Room 200 INDUSTRIAL CONTROL AND AUTOMATION, Building 3A, Room 45
14:00 Adaptation and Implementation of the Linux Real-Time Extension RTAI for the Secondary Radar System MSR2000I for Air Traffic Control
Alexander Kubicki
Open Architecture Controller for a SCARA Yamaha YK7000 Industrial Robot
J.L. González, E. Baeyens, F. Gayubo, J.P. Turiel and J.C. Fraile
14:30 libTRAIN: A Library to Control a Train Scale Model in RT-Linux
Luis Búrdalo and Andrés Terrasa
Real-Time Embedded Architecture for Intelligent Vehicles
Khaled Chaaban, Paul Crubillé and Mohamed Shawky


15:00 Coffee break


15:30 ROBOTICS, Building 1E, Room 200 WORK IN PROGRESS, Building 1G, third floor, "Sala de juntes"
15:30 Control of an Industrial Manipulator by RTAI Linux
C. Secchi, C. Fantuzzi and A. Gianotti
RAT Real Time Audio Tool
Arvid Staub
16:00 A Multibody User-Space Hard Real-Time Environment for the Simulation of Space Robots
M. Attolico and P. Masarati
RTLinux based Manipulator Arm
Georg Schiesser
16:30 RT-Linux Based Control of an Experimental Platform for Teleoperated Systems with 1 D.O.F.
R. Puerto, L.M. Jimenez, J.A. Alenda and R. Aracil
Your work in progress report
Your name
17:00 Networked Robot Control with Delay Compensation
Gustavo Hommerding Alt and Walter Fetter Lages
Your work in progress report
Your name


21:00 Informal dinner
"Hol", Avenida de Aragón N18, Valencia.

Tuesday, November 11

09:00 MODIFICATIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS, Building 1E, Room 200 CONCEPTS, FRAMEWORKS AND TOOLS, Building 3A, Room 70
09:00 Resource Management in Linux to Provide CPU Reserves
Alejandro Alonso, Miguel Lobo, Alejandro Sánchez-Rico and Juan Zamorano
EDroom: A Case Tool for the Room Based Modelling and Automatic Code Generation of Real-Time Systems Running under RTAI
María Herranz Molinero, Oscar Rodríguez Polo, Luis Piñuel and Jesús Manuel de la Cruz
09:30 CLEOPATRE: A R&D Project for Providing New Real-Time Functionalities to Linux/RTAI
Thibault Garcia, Audrey Marchand and Maryline Silly-Chetto
Interfacing Real-Time Linux and Simulink
Vishal J. Desai
10:00 Preemption Patch Integration in the RTLinux Environment
Carlo Andrea Orrico and Giuseppe Lipari
RTAI Real-Time Device Driver Development Using UML
Hrvoje Sertic, Fran Rus and Robert Rac


10:30 Coffee break


11:00 MODIFICATIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS, Building 1E, Room 200 CONCEPTS, FRAMEWORKS AND TOOLS, Building 3A, Room 70
11:00 Improving Conditions for Executing Soft Real-Time Tasks Timely in Linux
Arnd C. Heursch, Alexander Koenen, Witold Jaworski and Helmut Rzehak
CACSD under RTAI Linux with RTAI-LAB
Roberto Bucher and Lorenzo Dozio
11:30 Doing Real-Time with a Simple Linux Kernel
D. Servat, S.Gérard, A. Lanusse, P. Vanuxeem and F. Terrier
dFSM: Finite State Machines for Embedded Systems
Andreu Moreno and Joan Valduvieco
12:00 Stand-Alone RTLinux-GPL
V. Esteve, I. Ripoll and A. Crespo
A C++ Pooled, Shared Memory Allocator for the Standard Template Library
Marc Ronell


12:30 Lunch break
Lunch will be available from 13:00 in the cantine.


14:00 SCHEDULING, Building 1E, Room 200 PORTING, Building 3A, Room 70
14:00 A Canonical API for Periodic Scheduling
Peter Favrholdt
Porting to H8/300 Architecture
Yoshinori Sato
14:30 Energy Saving Scheduling for Embedded Real-Time Linux Applications
Claudio Scordino and Giuseppe Lipari
Porting µCLinux-2.4 to MMU-less Microprocessors
George Thanos, Yannis Mitsos and Gregory Doumenis
15:00 Application Defined Scheduler Implementation in RTLinux
J. Vidal, A. Crespo, I. Ripoll and P. Balbastre
Porting Linux to ERC-32 Architecture
Sebastián S. Prieto, Ignacio G. Tejedor and Aitor V. Sánchez


15:30 Coffee break


16:00 SCHEDULING, Building 1E, Room 200 REAL-TIME NETWORKING, Building 3A, Room 70
16:00 Proposal Of Scheduling Method for On-Line Reconfiguration in Real-Time Using Non-Supervised Neural Networks
Antonio-Regalado J. Francisco and Benitez-Perez Hector
Building Ethernet Drivers on RTLinux-GPL
Sergio Pérez, Joan Vila and Ismael Ripoll
16:30 A Loadable Variable-Rate Execution Schedule
Xin Liu and Steve Goddard
A Compact Software Framework for Distributed Real-Time Computing
Oliver Wulf, Jan Kiszka and Bernardo Wagner
17:00 YASA - A Framework for Validation, Test, and Analysis of Real-Time Scheduling Algorithms
Jan Blumenthal, Jens Hildebrandt, Frank Golatowski and Dirk Timmermann
Open Source Components for the CAN Bus
P. Píša and F. Vacek


17:30 Closing
 

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