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Next message Angelo Corsaro  posted on Thursday, January 14, 2010 - 08:27 pm
Dear All,

I wanted suggest to all of you to seriously consider submitting an abstract about (1) the application of DDS to a specific domain, or (2) your experience and lesson learnt with DDS, or (3) some interesting extension or projects you are working on, (4) DDS Patterns, etc. at the upcoming OMG RTWS.

Furthermore,during the workshop as per tradition there will be quite a few Tutorials covering DDS as well as other interesting technologies such as the UML Profile for DDS, MARTE, etc.

Feel free to contact me or Andrew Watson (OMG's CTO and Chair for the event) in case you should have any questions about the workshop or would like to discuss or have advises on a potential submission.


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Call For Presentations

Workshop on
Real-time, Embedded and
Enterprise-Scale Time-Critical Systems

24th - 26th May 2010

Abstract deadline:

Monday 1st February 2010 <<<<

Washington, DC, USA

Hosted by: OMG

Software standards for real-time, embedded and enterprise-scale
time-critical systems must support stringent resource, reliability, and
timing requirements. The challenge is particularly acute for middleware
standards, which must cope with performance and reliability variations of
the underlying infrastructure. The Object Management Group (OMG) provides
widely-used standards in this field, including the Data Distribution
Service (DDS) for the predictable distribution of real-time data with
minimal overhead, Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA)
middleware supporting real-time scheduling and constrained resources, and
the Unified Modelling Language (UML), along with its MARTE profile for
Modelling and Analysis of Real-Time and Embedded systems. OMG SysML
supports modelling complex systems incorporating software, hardware and
manual elements, while the Unified Profile for DoDAF and MODAF (UPDM)
provides a visual representation of models of enterprise-scale systems.

The goal of the workshop is to identify the state of the art and
disseminate current best practice in real-time and embedded distributed
computing, for the benefit of standards users, researchers and
implementers. The workshop Programme Committee is seeking proposals for
presentations of experience reports, evaluations, case studies or research
papers relevant to:

Real-time systems
Enterprise-scale Time-Critical Systems
Embedded systems
Systems Engineering
Fault-tolerant systems
High-Integrity & secure systems
Mission- and Safety-critical systems
Software-defined radio systems
Design tools for real-time distributed systems
Information Assurance for embedded systems
Complex Event Processing and Event-Driven Architectures
Pervasive & Mobile systems
Modeling and services in real-time operating systems, including Real-time
RT-Posix & ARINC 653.

Technologies relevant to this workshop include (but aren't limited to):

Data Distribution Service (DDS)
Real-time middleware, including real-time CORBA
Real-time databases
Real-time Java, High-integrity Real-time Java
Real-time operating systems, including Real-time Linux, RT-Posix & ARINC 653
Middleware for embedded and resource-constrained systems
Middleware for Multi-Core Systems
QoS-enabled Middleware
Architecture Frameworks, such as MODAF & DoDAF and their UPDM profile
Modelling notations, including SysML, UML and the UML profiles for MARTE
Model-Driven approaches, including MDA
Generating real-time code from models
Design methods, including Agile methods
Model analysis methods
Model transformations
Component platforms, including CCM and lightweight CCM
Novel transport mechanisms
High-level real-time programming models
Service-oriented architectures (SOA)
Multiple Independent Levels of Security (MILS) architecture

Proposals for panel sessions in any of the above areas are also welcomed.

Proposals are welcomed for half-day or full-day tutorials on established
techniques and standards in any of the areas touched on in this call.

Interested individuals or organisations are invited to submit a brief (up
to 600 word) abstract of their proposed workshop presentation by Monday 1st
February 2010 using this web form:


The Programme Committee will select presentations for inclusion in the
programme and notify authors on Tuesday 17th February 2010. Final
presentation materials will be required from all selected presenters by
Friday 14th May 2010.

The final workshop agenda and registration details will be available on
Tuesday 2nd March 2010 and posted at:


Programme Committee

Chair: Andrew Watson, Object Management Group

Aniruddha Gokhale, Vanderbilt University
Angelo Corsaro, PrismTech
Bill Beckwith, Objective Interface Systems
Bran Selic, Malina Software
Charles Fudge, Naval Surface Warfare Center
Chris Raistrick, Kennedy-Carter
Christian Esposito, Universita degli studi di Napoli
Dave Stringer, Borland
Doug Jensen, MITRE
Doug Schmidt, PrismTech & Vanderbilt University
Gerardo Pardo-Castellote, Real-Time Innovations
James Kulp, Mercury Computer Systems
Johnny Willemsen, Remedy IT
Juan López Soler, University of Granada
Julio Medina, Universidad de Cantabria
Matthew Hause, Artisan
Nick Stavros, MITRE
Paul Vincent, TIBCO
Sébastien Gérard, CEA-LIST
Stephen Mellor
Ulrich Lang, Object Security
Vana Kalogeraki, University of California, Riverside
Victor Giddings, Objective Interface Systems
Virginie Watine, Thales

Angelo Corsaro, PhD
Chief Technology Officer
4 rue Angiboust | 91460 Marcoussis | France
T +33 1 69 01 53 54 | M +33 6 42 30 75 65
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