Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Real-Time Systems 2005 (WPDRTS05)

April 4th and 5th, 2005, Denver, Colorado

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Overview

The International Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Real-Time Systems is a forum for the presentation and discussion of approaches, research findings, and experiences in the domain of large-scale parallel and distributed real-time systems. Of interest are both the research and development of relevant technologies as well as the applications built using such technologies.

Special Session on Formal Methods for Real-Time Systems

The aim of this Session is to bring together researchers, designers and developers interested in formal methods used to support analysis and design of time critical applications. Click here for more information about submission to this session.

Challenge Problem Session: Detection and Reaction to Unplanned Operational Events

This special session will revolve around the problem of detecting and reacting to events that are not planned. The session will be devoted to discussing the issues involved with this problem and several proposed solutions. An award will be given for the best solution. Click here for more information about this challenge problem, and about how to submit a proposed solution.

General Paper Sessions

These sessions will present high-quality papers submitted to the workshop and selected by the program committee for presentation and publication at WPDRTS.

 

Topics of interest include but are not limited to:

          Resource Management

          Operating Systems and Middleware

          Programming Environments

          Algorithms and Applications

          Architectures

          Specification, Modeling, and Analysis

          Networking and Communications

 


Lisa DiPippo, mailto:dipippo@cs.uri.edu