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SORT 2014 - fifth IEEE workshop on Self-Organizing Real-Time Systems (SORT 2014)

Date2014-06-08 - 2014-06-12

Deadline2014-03-16

VenueReno, USA - United States USA - United States

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Websitehttp://www.es.cs.uni-frankfurt.de/index....d=sort2014

Topics/Call fo Papers

Self-Organization is a key technique to handle the growing complexity of upcoming computing systems. This refers to both hard- and software. Distributed systems running hundreds of tasks on dozens of processors, each equipped with a multiple cores, require selforganization principles to ensure efficient and reliable operation. Therefore, substantial research has been done in the last years to address the so-called Self-X features like selfconfiguration,
self-optimization, self-adaptation, self-healing, self-protection, etc.
Additionally, real-time properties are another key issue in many complex systems (e.g., in the embedded systems area). Combining the flexible and ? to some extent - uncertain behavior of self-organizing systems with time-predictability necessary for real-time systems is a grand challenge.
Continuing the series of its predecessors, the fifth IEEE workshop on Self-Organizing Real-Time Systems (SORT 2014) will be a forum for leading researchers to continue in exchanging ideas, presenting advances in state-of-the-art and brain-storming on promising directions for future research. This year’s edition of SORT will put a special focus on Concurrency and
Computation: Practice and Experience.
SORT 2014 will be held in conjunction with the 17th IEEE Int'l Symposium on
Object/component/service-oriented Real-time Distributed Computing (ISORC) taking place at Reno, Nevada, USA. Proceedings will be published by IEEE. Furthermore, a special journal edition on Concurrency and Computation: Experience and Practice publishing selected papers from SORT is planned.
Topics of Interest
Papers pertaining to all aspects of self organizing real-time systems are sought, including but not limited to the following:
Self-organizing embedded systems
Self-organizing sensor and actor networks
Self-organization in automotive, avionics and space
Real-time aspects in Organic and Autonomic Computing
Modelling and behaviour prediction of self-organizing systems
Self-X versus trust, dependability, reliability, safety, and security
Bio-Inspired real-time Computing
Applications of self-organizing real-time systems
Overviews and comparisons

Last modified: 2014-01-16 23:45:27