Publications

 

  • S. Lauzac, R. Melhem, D. Mossé ``An Improved Rate-monotonic Admission Control and its Applications'', IEEE Transactions on Computers, 2003 [postscript.gz] [pdf]

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  • H. Aydin, R. Melhem, D. Mossé, and P. Mejia-Alvarez ``Optimal Reward-Based Scheduling for Periodic Real-Time Tasks'', IEEE Transactions on Computers, to appear [postscript.gz]

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  • P. Mejia Alvarez, Hakan Aydin, Daniel Mossé, and Rami Melhem ``Scheduling Optional Computations in Fault-Tolerant Real-Time Systems'', Real-Time Computing Systems and Applications, Dec 2000 [postscript.gz]

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  • Libin Dong, Daniel Mossé, and Rami Melhem ``Effect of Scheduling Jitter on End-to-End Delay in TDMA Protocols'', Real-Time Computing Systems and Applications, Dec 2000 [postscript.gz]

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  • Hakan Aydin, Daniel Mossé, and Rami Melhem, ``Optimal Scheduling of Imprecise Computation Tasks in the Presence of Multiple Faults'', Real-Time Computing Systems and Applications, Dec 2000 [postscript.gz]

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  • P. Mejia-Alvarez, R. Melhem and D. Mosse, "An Incremental Approach to Scheduling During Overloads in Real-time Systems", Proc. of The Real_time System Symposium RTSS, Dec 2000 [postscript.gz]

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  • F. Liberato, R. Melhem and D. Mosse, "Tolerance to Multiple Transient Faults for Aperiodic Tasks in Hard Real-time Systems", IEEE Trans. on Computers, Vol 49, No 9, Sep 2000 [postscript]

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  • L. Dong, D. Mosse, R. Melhem, "Scheduling Algorithms for Dynamic Message Streams with Distance Constraints in TDMA protocol", EUROMICRO Conference on Real-Time Systems, (June, 2000). [postscript.gz]

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  • H. Aydin, D. Mosse, R. Melhem, "Tolerating Faults While Maximizing Reward", EUROMICRO Conference on Real-Time Systems, (June, 2000). [postscript.gz]

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  • H. Aydin, R. Melhem and D. Mosse, "Incorporating Error Recovery into the Imprecise Computation Model", The Sixth International Conference on Real-Time Computing Systems and Applications (RTCSA'99), Hong Kong, (December 1999) [postscript.gz]

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  • H. Aydin, R. Melhem, D. Mosse and P. M. Alvarez, "Optimal Reward-Based Scheduling for Periodic Real-Time Tasks", Proc. of the Twentieth IEEE Real-Time Systems Symposium (RTSS'99), Scottsdale, AZ (December 1999) [postscript.gz]

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  • J. Ramirez and R. Melhem, "Reducing Message Overhead in TMR Systems", Proc. of the IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems (ICDCS'99), Dallas, TX (June 1999). [postscript.gz]

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  • L. Dong, R. Melhem, D. Mosse, S. Ghosh, W. Heimerdinger and A. Larson, "Implementation of a Transient-Fault-Tolerant Scheme in DEOS", Fifth IEEE Real-time Technology and Applications Symposium, ( June 1999). [postscript.gz]

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  • F. Liberato, S. Lauzac, R. Melhem and D. Mosse, "Fault Tolerant Real-Time Global Scheduling on Multiprocessors", Euromicro Workshop in Real-Time Systems, (1999). [postscript.gz]

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  • D. Mosse, M. Pollack and Yagil Ronen, "Value Density Algorithms to Handle Transient Overloads in Scheduling", European Conference in Real-Time Systems, (1999). [postscript.gz]

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  • P. Mejia Alvarez and D. Mosse, "A Responsiveness Approach for Scheduling Fault Recovery in Real-Time Systems", Fifth IEEE Real-Time Technology and Applications Symposium, June 1999, Vancouver B.C. Canada., (1999).[postscript.gz]

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  • A. Egan, D. Kutz, D. Mikulin, R. Melhem and D. Mosse, "Fault-Tolerant RT-Mach (FT-RT-Mach) and its Application to Real-Time Train Control", Software Practice and Experience, vol 29(3), pp. 1-17 (1999). [postscript.gz]

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  • Y. Ronen, D. Mosse, and M. E. Pollack, "Using Value-Density Algorithms to Handle Transient Overloads in Deliberation Scheduling,", to appear in IEEE Intelligent Systems, if they ever decide to publish it, [postscript.gz]

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  • L. Dong, R. Melhem and D. Mosse, "Time Slot Allocation for Real-Time Messages with Negotiable Distance Constrained Requirements", Proceedings of the Forth IEEE Real-Time Systems and Applications Symposium '98, June 1998, p131-137, (1998). [postscript.gz]

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  • S. Lauzac, R. Melhem, and D.Mosse, "Adding Fault-Tolerance to P-Fair Real-Time Scheduling", Workshop on Embedded Fault-Tolerant Systems, p34-37, (1998). [postscript.gz]

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  • S. Lauzac, R. Melhem, and D. Mosse, "A Comparison of Global and Partitioning Schemes for Scheduling Rate Monotonic Tasks on a Multiprocessor", Euromicro Workshop in Real-Time Systems, (1998). [postscript.gz]

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  • S. Lauzac, R. Melhem and D. Mosse, "An Efficient RMS Admission Control and Its Application to Multiprocessor Scheduling", International Symposium on Parallel Processing, p511-518, (1998). [postscript.gz]

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  • S. Ghosh, R. Melhem, D. Mosse and J. Sansarma, "Fault Tolerant, Rate Monotonic Scheduling", Journal of Real-Time systems. vol 15, no. 2 September 1998 (1998). [postscript.gz]

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  • Shorter version appeared in: IFIP International Conference on Dependable Computing for Critical Applications - DCCA, Garmisch - Germany (1997). [postscript.gz]

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  • S. Ghosh, R. Melhem and D. Mosse, "Fault-Tolerance through Scheduling of Aperiodic Tasks in Hard Real-Time Multiprocessor Systems", IEEE Trans. on Parallel and Distributed Systems. vol 8, no 3, pp. 272-284 (1997)[postscript.gz]

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  • Y. Ronen, D. Mosse, and M. E. Pollack , "Value-Density Algorithms for the Deliberation Scheduling Algorithm", SIGART Bulletin, 7(2), 1996, [postscript.gz]

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  • R. Melhem and D. Mosse, "Fault Tolerance Through Scheduling in Real-Time Systems", Presentation to DARPA Santa Fe, CA. (1996). [html] [postscript.gz]

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  • S. Ghosh, R. Melhem and D. Mosse, "Enhancing Real-Time Schedules to Tolerate Transient Faults", Proc. of the 16th IEEE Real-Time Systems Symposium, Pisa, Italy, (1995). [postscript.gz]

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  • S. Ghosh, R. Melhem and D. Mosse, "Fault-Tolerant Scheduling on Hard Real-Time Multiprocessor Systems", Proc. of the 8th Int. Parallel Processing Symposium, Cancun, Mexico (1994). [postscript.gz]

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  • D. Mosse, R. Melhem and S. Ghosh, "Analysis of a Fault-Tolerant Multiprocessor Scheduling Algorithm". Proc. of the 24th Fault-Tolerant Computing Symposium. Austin, TX. (1994). [postscript.gz]

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    Technical Reports

     

  • C. Filachek, R. Melhem and D. Mosse, "Incremental Resource Reclaiming Algorithms", TR 97-28, (1997).

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  • D. Mikulin, D. Mosse and R. Melhem, "Fault-Tolerant Real-time Mach: A Timeline based approach", TR 97-01, (1997).

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  • D. Mosse, R. Melhem, C. Lee and A. Egan, "Reclaiming in Real-Time Systems with Resource Conflicts and Precedence Constraints", TR 94-36, submitted to Real-Time Systems Journal '98, (1994).

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  • S. Ghosh, R. Melhem, D. Milkulin and D. Mosse', "Implementation of a Real Time System with Tolerance to Transient Faults", submitted to the ACM Transactions on Computer Systems.

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