17th IEEE Real-Time Systems Symposium: Work in Progress Sessions
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CitationBestavros, Azer. "Proceedings of the 17th Real-Time Systems Symposium WIP Session", Technical Report BUCS-1996-027, Computer Science Department, Boston University, December 4, 1996. [Available from: http://hdl.handle.net/2144/3747]
Dear Colleagues: ￼￼￼￼This year marks the beginning of a new tradition within the Real-Time Systems Symposium, that of holding special sessions for the presentation of new and on-going projects in real-time systems. The prime purpose of these Work In Progress (WIP) sessions is to provide researchers in Academia and Industry an opportunity to discuss their evolving ideas and gather feedback thereon from the real-time community at large. The idea of holding these sessions is timely, and I am pleased to report that this year RTSS'96 WIP received 22 submissions, of which 14 have been accepted for presentation during the symposium and for inclusion in RTSS'96 WIP proceedings. Many people worked hard to make the idea of holding the WIP sessions a reality. In particular, I would like to thank Sang Son for his hard work in accommodating the WIP sessions within the busy schedule of RTSS'96. Also, I would like to thank all members of the RTSS'96 Program Committee, Al Mok and Doug Locke in particular, for their encouragement and constructive feedback regarding the organization of these sessions. Finally, I would like to thank all those who submitted their work to RTSS'96 WIP and those from RTSS'96 program committee who helped review these submissions. I hope these sessions will prove beneficial, both to the WIP presenters and to RTSS'96 attendees. Azer Bestavros RTSS'96 WIP Chair December 1996.
The Table of Contents for the workshop is contained in 1996-027-00main.pdf