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Multi-Criteria Evaluation of Partitioned EDF-VD for Mixed-Criticality Systems Upon Identical Processors
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In this paper, we consider the partitioned EDF-VD scheduling problem of mixed critical systems with two criticality levels (LO and HI) on identical multiprocessors. Expand
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A protocol for Mixed-Criticality management in Switched Ethernet networks
In real-time industrial networks, providing timing guarantees for applications of different criticalities often results in building separate physical infrastructures for each type of network at theExpand
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Humanoid robot indoor navigation based on 2D bar codes: application to the NAO robot
  • L. George, A. Mazel
  • Computer Science
  • 13th IEEE-RAS International Conference on…
  • 1 October 2013
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In this paper, we put forward a method for humanoid robot indoor localization and navigation, using 2D bar codes, running on embedded hardware. Expand
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Imitation Learning for End to End Vehicle Longitudinal Control with Forward Camera
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We present a complete study of an end-to-end imitation learning system for speed control of a real car, based on a neural network with a Long Short Term Memory (LSTM). Expand
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Etat de l'art sur la robustesse temporelle des systèmes temps-réel monoprocesseur
In this paper we propose a state of the art on the temporal robustness of uniprocessor real-time systems. The task model is the classical periodic task model defined by a Worst Case Execution TimeExpand
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A solution for a deterministic QoS in multimedia systems
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FP/EDF, a non-preemptive scheduling combiningfixed priorities and deadlines:uniprocessor and distributed cases
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In this paper, we focus on a non-preemptive scheduling of sporadic flows, combining fixed priorities and deadlines. Expand
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Non-premptive Fixed Priority schedulingwith FIFO arbitration:uniprocessor and distributed cases
In this paper, we focus on non-preemptive Fixed Priority scheduling. We are interested in the worst case response time of flows, both in uniprocessor and distributed cases. On a processor, the numberExpand
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PulSec: Secure Element based framework for sensors anomaly detection in Industry 4.0
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We propose a secure element based framework called PulSec which emits a periodic secure pulse (like a human heartbeat) to solve these intricate problem arising out of a need to effectively monitor remote industrial sites. Expand
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Demand response scheduling in industrial asynchronous production lines constrained by available power and production rate
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In this paper, we develop a framework named DR-Mgmt to schedule activities of machines on production lines so that the number of simultaneously working machines is maximized while satisfying DR constraints. Expand
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