Prof. Sanjoy Baruah(University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill hosted by Björn Brandenburg)
"Real-time Scheduling and Mixed-Criticality Systems"
In the context of computer systems, scheduling theory seeks to enable the efficient utilization of computing resources in order to optimize specified system-wide objectives. In this presentation we will examine how real-time scheduling theory is dealing with the recent trend in embedded systems towards implementing functionalities of different levels of importance, or criticalities, upon a shared platform. We will explore the factors that motivated this trend towards mixed-criticality (MC) systems, discuss how these MC systems pose new challenges to real-time scheduling theory, and describe how real-time scheduling theory is responding to these challenges by devising new models and methods for the design and analysis of MC systems.
Bio: Sanjoy Baruah is a professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of
North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin in 1993.
His research and teaching interests are in scheduling theory, real-time and safety-critical system
design, and resource-allocation and sharing in distributed computing environments.
|Time:||Monday, 10.02.2014, 14:00 am|
|Place:||MPI-SWS Kaiserslautern, Paul Ehrlich Str., Building G26, room 113|
|Video:||Simultaneous video cast to MPI-SWS Saarbruecken, Campus E1 5, room 029|
To non-MPI-SWS members, please contact Björn Brandenburg directly (email@example.com) if you would like to meet with Sanjoy Baruah.