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24th EUROMICRO CONFERENCE ON REAL-TIME SYSTEMS

ECRTS 2012

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Reviewer checklist: Please carefully examine the list of names below, and check-off any of the people who should not review this submission, due to a conflict of interest with one of the authors. (This also includes the names of any co-authors, if they appear below.)

 Tarek Abdelzaher     Jim Anderson     Karl-Erik Arzen     Vandy Berten   
 Marko Bertogna     Enrico Bini     Alan Burns     Francisco Cazorla   
 Anton Cervin     Liliana Cucu-Grosjean     Rob Davis     Jean-Dominique Decotignie   
 Arvind Easwaran     Rolf Ernst     Nathan Fisher     Gerhard Fohler   
 Shelby Funk     Laurent George     Steve Goddard     Joel Goossens   
 Sathish Gopalakrishnan     Zdenek Hanzalek     Hermann Hartig     Giuseppe Lipari   
 Claire Maiza     Pascale Minet     Frank Mueller     Thomas Nolte   
 Stefan Petters     Isabelle Puaut     Peter Puschner     Harini Ramaprasad   
 Rodrigo Santos     Insik Shin     Mikael Sjodin     Wilfried Steiner   
 Sebastian Stiller     Eduardo Tovar     Tullio Vardanega     Jack Whitham   

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APPLICATIONS  
consumer electronics
multimedia and entertainment
process control
avionics
aerospace
automotive
telecommunications
cyber-physical systems
INFRASTRUCTURE AND HARDWARE  
communication networks
embedded devices
hardware/software co-design
power-aware and other resource-constrained techniques
systems on chip
time engines and time synchronization
wireless sensor networks
SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGIES  
compiler support
component-based approaches
middleware and distribution technologies
programming languages and operating systems
SYSTEM DESIGN AND ANALYSIS  
modelling and formal methods
probabilistic analysis for RT systems
quality of service support
reliability, security and survivability in RT systems
scheduling and schedulability analysis
worst-case execution time analysis
validation and verification techniques
 
 


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