Changeset 3229


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Apr 30, 2013, 3:34:48 PM (4 years ago)
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mckinna
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numbers adjusted; only mentioned in running text under "Attendance"

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  • Deliverables/D6.4-6.5/workshops.ltx

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    2020  \texttt{http://www.hipeac.net/conference/berlin/workshop/CerCo}
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    22 and was attended by 7 participants.
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    2423Prof. Kevin Hammond (St. Andrews University, UK) gave an invited talk on his work on methods for WCET analysis developed in the EmBounded project (EU FP6 IST-510255), in particular for Hume programs at the source-level, and their application in the autonomous vehicle guidance and aerospace domains.
     
    3130  \texttt{http://cerco.cs.unibo.it/innovative\_techniques\_on\_timing\_analysis\_technical\_day}\\
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    33 and was attended by 12 participants.
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    3533It ran in parallel with a two-day workshop on Quantitative Aspects of Programming Languages (QAPL'11), sharing three sessions with that meeting. The \cerco{} workshop also included presentations from Tullio Vardanega, representing the PROARTIS Consortium (FP7-ICT-2009.3.4), and an invited talk from Prof. Bj{\"o}rn Lisper (M{\"a}lardalen University, SE) on Parametric WCET analysis.
     
    3937\paragraph{Organization details and attendance}
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    41 The ETAPS event was one of 20 workshops organised over the 4 days either side of the main conference. The event also had three sessions shared with the QAPL workshop (Quantitative Aspects of Programming Languages and Systems), and was the better attended, and scientifically more successful, meeting. The main introduction to the project had an audience of more than 50, and some QAPL participants have expressed interest in future collaborations.
     39The ETAPS event was one of 20 workshops organised over the 4 days either side of the main conference. The event also had three sessions shared with the QAPL workshop (Quantitative Aspects of Programming Languages and Systems), and was the better attended, and scientifically more successful, meeting. The main introduction to the project had an audience of around 35 people, and some QAPL participants have expressed interest in future collaborations.
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    43 The HiPEAC workshop was one of 24 such meetings in a programme organised in parallel with the 3 days of the main conference. Attendance was limited, which can partially be explained by the workshop being held in parallel with the main conference. There have been practically no industrial attendance to any of the workshops talks. Nevertheless, the main conference also hosted an Industry Session and an Industrial Showcase and the days that preceded our workshop posed several good occasions to get in touch with representatives of the high performance hardware industry and of European projects involved in advanced real time architectures (projects parMERASA, T-CREST and PROARTIS).
     41The HiPEAC workshop was one of 24 such meetings in a programme organised in parallel with the 3 days of the main conference. Attendance was limited (at most 10), which can partially be explained by the workshop being held in parallel with the main conference. There have been practically no industrial attendance to any of the workshops talks. Nevertheless, the main conference also hosted an Industry Session and an Industrial Showcase and the days that preceded our workshop posed several good occasions to get in touch with representatives of the high performance hardware industry and of European projects involved in advanced real time architectures (projects parMERASA, T-CREST and PROARTIS).
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    4543\paragraph{Scientific Outcomes}
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