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PhD-TW Colloquium Oct 8, 15:4516:45, Citadel H327
 

Summary: PhD-TW Colloquium
Oct 8, 15:45­16:45, Citadel H327
Speaker 1: Philip H¨olzenspies
on
Towards Platforms - How to run applications
that do not yet exist
In Embedded Systems, power is a very scarce resource. Both the diversity of applications and the
demand for integration into single appliances increase, despite of power problems. Power consumption
can be reduced by specializing chips, whereas integration increases when generalizing them. This is
why Multi-Processor System-on-Chips (MPSoCs) have become popular; flexibility and integration by
offering several processors, all with their own specialization, in a single chip. We like to look at MPSoCs as
platforms, but - especially when real-time constraints are involved - the assignment of tasks to processors
is a design-time process. This means that two applications that require the same resource can not be
run simultaneously and that when a resource becomes faulty, a set of applications can no longer run.
This talk is about a way to loosen this constraint, by means of a heuristic approach to run-time resource
assignment.
Speaker 2: Denis Miretskiy
on
An efficient Multilevel Splitting scheme
This research focuses on estimating the rare events relying on multilevel splitting. The probability of

  

Source: Al Hanbali, Ahmad - Department of Applied Mathematics, Universiteit Twente

 

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