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Program
Chess Review - May 11th, 2005

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Presentations

Theme: The Present and Future of CHESS

  • 9:00 Edward Lee Introduction PDF PPT
  • 9:15 Claire Tomlin Mining Hybrid Models from Data PDF PPT

CHESS Thrust 4: Applications

  • 10:00 Wei Zheng: Extensible and Scalable Time Triggered Scheduling For Automotive Applications PDF PPT
  • 10:20 Slobodan Matic: Composable Code Generation for Distributed Giotto PDF PPT

CHESS Thrust 3: Platforms

  • 11:00 Ethan Jackson: Semantics of Metamodeling PDF PPT
  • 11:20 Tivadar Szemethy: Platform Modeling and Analysis PDF PPT

CHESS Thrust 2: Models

  • 11:40 Adam Cataldo: Discrete-Event Systems PDF PPT
  • 12:00 Haiyang Zheng: Operational Semantics of Hybrid Systems PDF PPT

CHESS Thrust 1: Theory

  • 12:20 Krishnendu Chatterjee: Stochastic Zero-sum and Nonzero-sum Omega-regular Games PDF PPT
  • 12:40 Tom Henzinger: Discounting the Future in Systems Theory PDF PPT

1:45 Posters

Application and Design

Hybrid Systems

Modeling

Afternoon: Special Topic Sensor Networks

  • 2:30 Shankar Sastry: Sensor Nets and Beyond PDF PPT
  • 3:00 Bruno Sinopoli: Closing the Loop Around Sensor Networks: Theorems and Experiments in Estimation and Control around Sensor Webs PDF PPT
  • 3:20 Janos Sztipanovits: Advances in MIC Tools for Networked Embedded Systems Applications PDF PPT
  • 3:50 Songhwai Oh: Tracking Multiple Objects using Sensor Nets and Camera Networks PDF PPT
  • 4:30 Alvise Bonivento, Alberto Sangiovanni-Vincentelli Platform Based Design for Wireless Sensor Networks PDF PPT
  • 5:10 Edward Lee: Adaptive Networked Infrastructure
  • 5:40 Bela Bollobas: Phase transitions in inhomogeneous random graphs

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