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2nd International Workshop on Analysis Tools and Methodologies for Embedded and Real-time Systems

July, 5th 2011, Porto, Portugal

in conjunction with

Call for Papers
Elsevier JSA

WATERS 2011 - Technical Program - Tuesday, July 5th, 2011

Please, find below the program for WATERS 2011 (or download the printer-friendly PDF version). Also, the workshop proceedings are available for download here.

Tuesday, July 5th, 2011
9:009:10 Welcome
Tommaso Cucinotta, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna
9:109:30 Invited Talk: Integrating Real-Time Analysis into Design Flows
Michael G. Harbour, University of Cantabria
9:3010:00 Opening Talk: Tools for Real-Time and Embedded Systems - An Integration View
Tommaso Cucinotta, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna
10:0010:30 On the Gap between Schedulability Tests and Automotive Task Model
Saoussen Anssi, Stefan Kuntz, Sébastien Gérard and François Terrier
10:3011:00Coffee Break
11:0011:30 Modeling Real-Time Networks with MAST2
Michael G. Harbour, J. Javier Gutiérrez, J. María Drake, Patricia López and J. Carlos Palencia
11:3012:00 FORTAS: Framework fOr Real-Time Analysis and Simulation
Pierre Courbin and Laurent George
12:0012:30 Hardware-Assisted Energy Consumption Evaluation Tool for Multi-core Embedded Systems
Shiao-Li Tsao, Jyun-Wei Lin, QuanChung Chen and Chen-Wei Huang
13:3014:00 Modelling real-time applications based on resource reservations
Laura Barros, César Cuevas, Patricia López Martínez, José María Drake and Michael G. Harbour
14:0014:30 SimTrOS: A Heterogenous Abstraction Level Simulator for Multicore Synchronization in Real-Time Systems
Jörn Schneider, Michael Bohn and Christian Eltges
14:3015:00 Grasp: Visualizing the Behavior of Hierarchical Multiprocessor Real-Time Systems
Mike Holenderski, Reinder Bril and Johan Lukkien
15:0015:30 SMFF: System Models for Free
Moritz Neukirchner, Steffen Stein and Rolf Ernst
15:3016:00Coffee Break
16:0016:30 Continuous Constant-Memory Monitoring of Embedded Software Timing
Johan Kraft and Thomas Nolte
16:3017:50Demo Session
17:5018:00Closing Remarks