Kevin Bryan

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This paper describes the design of the OpenSTARS real-time analysis tool. The paper focuses on criteria for a good analysis tool including correctness, performance/scalability, flexibility, and extensibility. Several leading real-time analysis tools are surveyed and several problems with the tools under these criteria are identified. The paper then presents(More)
Integration of middleware scheduling and resource management services enables open distributed real-time embedded (DRE) applications to meet end-to-end quality of service (QoS) requirements in highly variable operating environments. This paper describes our research 1 on integrating CORBA scheduling and resource management services, and presents experiments(More)
The Twitter social network provides a constant stream of concise data, useful within both geospatial and temporal domains. Previous studies have attempted to mine and find recent news topics within the data set. Although the efforts were a step in the right direction, we believe more is needed to accomplish a useful and interesting task: using live Twitter(More)
This paper describes the design and implementation of a static real-time data distribution mechanism that uses a real-time event service and a real-time scheduling service to ensure the on-time, and temporally valid delivery of data. The mechanism implements an algorithm, called the Just-In-Time Data Distribution algorithm to determine scheduling parameters(More)
  • Jorge Lemus, Emil Temnyalov, Kevin Bryan, Gonzalo Cisternas, Erik Hovenkamp, Elliot Lipnowski +2 others
  • 2015
Patent Assertion Entities (PAEs) play an increasingly important role in business strategy , innovation, and litigation. Their strategic advantage in litigation comes from the ability to fend off counter-suits. We develop a model of R&D competition, bargaining and litigation to study the channels through which 'patent privateering' (whereby a PAE asserts(More)
The latest version of Real-Time CORBA defines a Distributable Thread primitive to support real-time computing in a dynamic distributed environment. However, this standard does not provide support for making and enforcing global decisions. This paper describes the framework for a Distributed Scheduling Service (DSS) that provides globally sound(More)
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