Browse by Author "Caccamo, Marco"
Now showing items 1-7 of 7
A Distributed, Energy-aware, Utility-based Approach for Data Transport in Wireless Sensor Networks Chen, Wei-Peng; Hou, Jennifer C.; Sha, Lui; Caccamo, Marco (2004-07)Distinct from wireless ad hoc networks, wireless sensor networks are data-centric, application-oriented, collaborative, and energy-constrained in nature. In this paper, we formulate the problem of data transport in sensor ...
Pellizzoni, Rodolfo; Caccamo, Marco (2006-03)Resource reclaiming schemes are applied in reservation-based real-time uniprocessor systems to support efficient reclaiming and sharing of computational resources left unused by early completing tasks, improving the response ...
Pellizzoni, Rodolfo; Betti, Emiliano; Bak, Stanley; Yao, Gang; Criswell, John; Caccamo, Marco (2010-06)Building safety-critical real-time systems out of inexpensive, non-real-time, COTS components is challenging. Although COTS components generally offer high performance, they can occasionally incur significant timing delays. ...
Caccamo, Marco (2008-06)Message from the WIP Chair Dear Colleagues: Welcome to Prague and to the Work In Progress (WIP) session of the 20th Euromicro Conference on Real-Time Systems (ECRTS'08). I am pleased to present to you 17 excellent ...
Bui, Bach Duy; Pellizzoni, Rodolfo; Caccamo, Marco (2010-12-15)We address the problem of scheduling concurrent periodic real-time transactions on Multi-Domain Ring Bus (MDRB). The problem is challenging because although the bus allows multiple non-overlapping transactions to be ...
Mancuso, Renato; Pellizzoni, Rodolfo; Caccamo, Marco; Sha, Lui; Yun, Heechul (2014)Multi-core platforms represent the answer of the industry to the increasing demand for computational capabilities. From a real-time perspective, however, the inherent sharing of resources, such as memory subsystem and I/O ...
Thomas, Deepu C.; Gopalakrishnan, Sathish; Caccamo, Marco; Lee, Chang-Gun (2005-04)Scheduling periodic tasks that allow some instances to be skipped produces spare capacity in the schedule. Only a fraction of this spare capacity is uniformly distributed and can easily be reclaimed for servicing aperiodic ...