List of Accepted Papers (proceedings)

  • Towards Scalable Configuration of Time-Division Multiplexed Resources (slides)
    Anna Minaeva, Premysl Sucha, Benny Akesson and Zdenek Hanzálek
  • Some Results in Rate Monotonic Scheduling with Priority Promotion (slides)
    Mitra Nasri and Gerhard Fohler
  • Static CRPD-Aware Real-Time Scheduling (slides)
    Guillaume Phavorin, Pascal Richard and Claire Maiza
  • Trading-off Data Consistency for Timeliness in Real-Time Database Systems (slides)
    Simin Cai, Barbara Gallina, Dag Nyström and Cristina Seceleanu
  • Performance evaluation of a distributed IMA architecture (slides)
    Emilie Deroche, Jean-Luc Scharbarg and Christian Fraboul
  • Retargetable Infeasible Path Detection for WCET Analysis (slides)
    Zach Hall, Kory Kraft, Thomas Mincher, Joey Iannetta and Chris Healy

Tool Presentations and Verification Challenge (WATERS)

  • MAST: Modeling and analysis suite for real-time applications (slides)
    Michael González Harbour
  • IMITATOR: a tool for parametric verification and robustness analysis of real-time systems (slides)
    Youcheng Sun
  • ARTEMIS: A simulator for mixed-criticality management of networked real-time systems (slides)
    Olivier Cros
  • MPS-CAN Analyzer: A tool for end-to-end delay analysis of heterogeneous automotive networks (slides)
    Saad Mubeen and Mohammad Ashjaei
  • SimSo: A simulator of real-time scheduling algorithms (slides)
    Silvano Dal Zilio
  • A web based monitoring tool for AFDX networks (slides)
    Rodrigo Coelho
  • FMTV’15: The Formal Methods for Timing Verification challenge and its solutions (slides)
    Rafik Henia

Call for Actions

  • Feedback on the 2014 Call for Action: Real-time Benchmark suite
    Sophie Quinton
  • Call for Action 2015: Artifact Evaluation: fostering research and reproducibility on a voluntary basis
    Martina Maggio

Work in Progress Session

We seek contributions to a special Work-in-Progress (WiP) session of ECRTS'15. The WiP session will be devoted to new and on-going research in real-time systems and applications. We are especially interested in new and creative ideas and approaches. Contributors to the WiP session will be required to give a short oral presentation of their work and prepare a poster for the WiP discussion forum that will be held after the presentations. Accepted submissions will be included in a special ECRTS'15 WiP proceedings that will be distributed to all ECRTS'15 conference participants and will be available electronically from the Web.

The primary purpose of this session is to provide researchers with an opportunity to discuss their evolving ideas and gather feedback from the real-time community at large. Submissions dealing with all aspects of real-time issues are welcome. These include, but are not limited to:
    • consumer electronics
    • multimedia and entertainment
    • process control
    • avionics and aerospace
    • automotive electronics
    • telecommunications
    • compiler support
    • middleware
    • programming languages
    • operating systems
    • model-driven engineering
    • component-based frameworks
    • communication networks
    • embedded devices
    • hardware/software co-design
    • power-aware and other resource-constrained techniques
    • network/systems-on-chip
    • wireless sensor networks
    • probabilistic analysis for RT systems
    • quality-of-service support
    • reliability, security and survivability
    • schedulability/sensitivity analysis
    • worst-case execution time analysis
    • verification/validation techniques
    • control and platform co-design
Please note that papers that do not touch on real-time concerns will not be accepted.

Work-in-Progress Session Chair

Program Committee