|reminder --- Workshop on Languages, Compilers, & Tools for Real-Time email@example.com (1995-06-03)|
|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (Thomas Marlowe)|
|Organization:||Rutgers University LCSR|
|Date:||Sat, 3 Jun 1995 11:00:22 GMT|
ACM SIGPLAN Workshop on
Languages, Compilers and Tools for Real-Time Systems (LCT-RTS '95)
(In Conjunction with ACM SIGPLAN PLDI/PEPM)
La Jolla, California
June 21-22, 1995
Program and Registration Information
ACM SIGPLAN LCT-RTS '95 is an interface between two dynamic fields of
computer science and engineering: programming languages and real-time
systems. LCT-RTS provides a forum where top researchers in these areas can
share their results and directions, and where they can form new
collaborations based on common interests.
LCT-RTS '95 directly follows the conclusion of PLDI '95. The workshop
program includes 16 presentations on new research results, and
one panel session on the topic of Software Interfaces.
WEDNESDAY, June 21
12:00 Conclusion of PLDI '95
1:30 - 2:00 Introduction to LCT-RTS '95
2:00 - 3:30 Session I: Scheduling & Timing Analysis
o T.-Y. Huang, J. Liu, (Illinois, USA), "Predicting the worst-case execution
time of the concurrent execution of instructions and cycle-stealing DMA
o J. Lee, S. Lee, H. Kim, (Korea Telecomm & Kyunghee U, Korea), "Scheduling
of hard-aperiodic tasks in hybrid static/dynamic priority systems"
o K. D. Nielsen, B. Rygg, (Iowa State, USA), "Worst-case execution time
analysis on modern processors"
3:30 - 4:00 Break
4:00 - 6:00 Session II: Language Design & Development
o F. Bonfatti, G. Gadda, P. D. Monari, (U Modena & CMA Spa, Italy),
"Re-usable software design for programmable logic controllers"
o T. Chung, H. Dietz, (Purdue, USA), "Language constructs and transformation
for hard real-time systems"
o S. Ren, G. Agha, (Illinois, USA), "RTsynchronizer: Language support for
real-time specifications in distributed systems"
o F. Thoen, M. Cornero, G. Goossens, H. De Man, (IMEC, Belgium), "Software
synthesis for real-time information systems"
6:00 - 8:00 Dinner (on your own)
8:00 -10:00 Discussions/Birds-of-a-feather
THURSDAY, June 22
7:30 - 8:30 Continental Breakfast
8:30 - 10:00 Session III: Analysis Methods
o S. Campos, E. Clarke, W. Marrero, M. Minea, (Carnegie Mellon, USA),
"Verus: A tool for quantitative analysis of finite-state real-time
o M. Jourdan, F. Maraninchi, (VERIMAG, France), "Static timing analysis of
o Y. Li, S. Malik, (Princeton, USA), "Performance analysis of embedded
software using implicit path enumeration"
10:00 - 10:30 Break
10:30 - 12:00 Session IV: Tools
o L. Ko, D. Whalley, (Florida State, USA), "Supporting user-friendly
analysis of timing constraints"
o H. Kopetz, Nossal, (Tech U Wien, Austria), "The Cluster compiler -- a
tool for the design of time-triggered real-time systems"
o D. Wilner, (Wind River Systems, USA), "WindView: A tool for understanding
real-time embedded software through system visualization"
12:00 - 1:30 Lunch
1:30 - 3:00 Panel: Appropriate Interfaces Between Design Tools, Languages
Compilers and Runtimes in Real-Time Systems Development
- Where are the connections and separations?
- How can a separation of concerns be maintained?
3:00 - 3:30 Break
3:30 - 5:00 Session V: Compilers
o F. Mueller, (Humboldt-Universitaet zu Berlin, Germany), "Compiler
support for software-based cache partitioning"
o A. Bakkers, J. Sunter, E. Ploeg, (U. Twente, Netherlands), "Automatic
generation of scheduling and inter-process communication code in
parallel real-time programs for transputers"
o S. Schneider, V. Chen, J. Steele, G. Pardo-Castellote, (Real-Time
Innovations Inc, USA), "The ControlShell component-based real-time
programming system, and its applications to the Marsokhod
5:00 - 5:30 Wrap-up
Alan Burns (University of York)
Richard Gerber, Co-Chair (University of Maryland)
Rajiv Gupta (Univ of Pittsburgh)
Mary Hall (Caltech)
Connie Heitmeyer (Naval Research Lab)
Insup Lee (University of Pennsylvania)
Al Mok (University of Texas at Austin)
Thomas Marlowe, Co-Chair (Seton Hall University, NJIT RTCL)
Steve Tjiang (Synopsys Inc.)
Richard Gerber Thomas Marlowe
Department of Computer Science Department of Mathematics
University of Maryland Seton Hall University
College Park, MD 20742, USA South Orange NJ 07079, USA
telephone: +1 301 405 2710 telephone: +1 201 761 9784
fax: +1 301 405 6707 fax: +1 201 761 9596
ACM Programming Languages Summer Extravaganza
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June 18-28, 1995, Hyatt Regency Hotel, La Jolla, California
ACM SIGPLAN Conference on
Programming Language Design and Implementation (PLDI '95)
18-21 June 1995
ACM SIGPLAN Workshop on Language, Compiler, and Tools
for Real-Time Systems (LCT-RTS '95)
21-22 June 1995
ACM SIGPLAN Symposium on Partial Evaluation
and Semantics-Based Program Manipulation (PEPM '95)
21-23 June 1995
25 June 1995
SIGPLAN/SIGARCH/WG2.8 Conference on Functional
Programming Languages and Computer Architecture (FPCA '95)
25-28 June 1995
All information is available via the World-Wide Web at
or via ftp in the directory
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PLDI/PEPM/FPCA '95 Hotel Reservations
Mention "Association for Computing Machinery" to receive the conference
rates, valid if you register by 28 May 1995.
By Mail By Phone
Hyatt Regency La Jolla Voice: (800) 233--1234
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ACM SIGPLAN '95.
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Requests for refunds must be postmarked by June 7, 1995. After this
date, cancellations and no-shows are liable for the full fees.
PLDI '95 registration includes a copy of the PLDI proceedings,
Tuesday night's catered Gab-Fest, 3 continental breakfasts,
coffee breaks, and lunch Monday and Tuesday of the conference.
PEPM '95 registration includes a copy of the PEPM proceedings,
the banquet, 2 continental breakfasts, coffee breaks, and
lunch Thursday and Friday of the conference.
FPCA '95 registration includes a copy of the FPCA proceedings,
admission to the FPCA Tutorial, the Sunday evening reception,
3 continental breakfasts, coffee breaks, and lunch Monday and
Tuesday of the conference.
PLDI Tutorial registration includes a copy of the notes,
lunch Sunday, and coffee breaks.
Real-Time Workshop registration includes a copy of the proceedings
preprints, lunch Thursday, and coffee breaks.
Haskell Workshop registration includes a copy of the notes
and coffee breaks.
Send registration form and full payment to:
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Fee Schedule (in U. S. dollars)
please circle ALL applicable fees
Tutorial PLDI'95 Real-Time
Early Late Early Late Workshop
ACM & SIGPLAN member 150 17 275 300 90
ACM or SIGPLAN member 175 200 300 325 90
Non-member 175 200 325 350 100
full-time student 60 60 125 125
PEPM '95 FPCA '95 Haskell
Early Late Early Late Workshop
ACM & SIGPLAN member 310 385 310 310 30
ACM or SIGPLAN member 310 385 325 325 30
Non-member 385 460 350 450 30
full-time student 150 150 150 150
Students are welcome at the workshops, but there is no reduced fee.
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