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We regularly organize a seminar about the research topics that we are working on. Everyone is welcome to join.

The seminar takes place virtually (https://ls12-bbb.cs.tu-dortmund.de/b/chr-vu4-wvj) on Monday at 14:15 bi-weekly. (starting from 02.09.19)

  • The default sequence: Mojtaba Masoudinejad, Noura Sleibi, Ching-Chi Lin, Niklas Ueter, Junjie Shi, Kuan-Hsun Chen, Jian-Jia Chen, Mario Günzel, Christian Hakert, Yuenfeng Huang, Mikail Yayla
  • When there is an exceptional event, e.g., rehearsal talk, the person who does it will be automatically added to the end of the default sequence by FIFO policy.
  • If there is more than one exceptional event for the same person in the same round, the above rule is only triggered once.
Date Presenter Topic Reference Abstract
18.01.21 Kuan-Hsun Chen Benchmarking Crimes and Statistics Lying -  Misleading or just incompetence?   We are often stressed out due to the tight deadlines, but they shouldn't be the excuse to degrade the quality of our researches. One portion of the research is contributed by the evaluation, which I hope we can discuss during this seminar. Although we probably always do the correct things by heart, I believe it is helpful if we can recall some pitfalls from time to time. I prepare some slides based on Gernot Heiser's article "systems bechmarking crimes" and one 1986 communication of ACM's paper.

Some follow-up questions we can discuss: What are the case study and benchmark? What is the numerical simulation? Why do I need the evaluation even I have proven that my method is better than state-of-the-art? What is a sound benchmark in your research domain? Is such a benchmark still suitable to your studied objective?
04.01.21 Junjie Shi The connection between classical josbshop schedule and real-time resource synchronization    
14.12.20 Niklas Ueter An interesting problem with respect to real-time scheduling  under uncertainties    
30.11.20 Ching-Chi Lin (Simon) Energy-Efficient Parallel Real-Time Tasks Scheduling on Asymmetric Multi-cores    
16.11.20 Noura Sleibi Introduction of the research plan Rehearsal of a PhD grant  
06.11.20 Yaswanth from UT Dallas LINTS^RT: A Learning-driven Testbed for Intelligent Scheduling in Embedded Systems arxiv.org/abs/2007.05136  
02.11.20 Mojtaba Masoudinejad Open-Loop Dynamic Modeling of Low-Budget Batteries with Low-Power Loads    
19.10.20 Mikail Yayla Error Tolerant NNs With Approximate Components    
12.10.20 Yunfeng Huang PassengerFlows: A Correlation-based Passenger Estimator in Automated Public Transport    
07.09.20 Qiao Yu Using a Set of Triangle Inequalities to Accelerate K-means Clustering  Rehearsal of SISAP   
24.08.20 Niklas Ueter Simultaneous Progressing Switching Protocols for Timing Predictable Real-Time Network-on-Chips Video Presentation of RTCSA'20  
17.08.20 Christian Hakert Split’n Trace NVM: Leveraging Library OSes for Semantic Memory Tracing Rehearsal of NVMSA   
17.08.20 Mario Günzel Suspension-Aware Earliest-Deadline-First Scheduling Analysis Rehearsal of EMSOFT  
10.08.20 Jian-Jia Chen Timing analysis of self-suspending tasks for fixed-priority scheduling     
13.07.20 Kuan-Hsun Chen VTune Profiling Intel Manual  

Archived entires can be found here

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