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Chess Review - November 21, 2005

NOTE: Presentations are provided in both PDF and Powerpoint formats for convenience. Providing Powerpoint files makes it very easy and tempting to "borrow" the material. However, these presentations are owned by the author. Please do not use this material without permission from the author.

Presentations

 

8:30

Introduction

  8:30–9:00 Overview of Project - Shankar Sastry (UC Berkeley) PDF PPT
     
 

9:00

Research: Thrust Overviews

  9:00–9:30 Hybrid Systems Theory - Claire Tomlin (UC Berkeley) PDF PPT
  9:30–10:00 Advanced Tool Architectures - Edward A. Lee (UC Berkeley) PDF PPT
  10:30–11:00 Model Based Design - Janos Sztipanovits (Vanderbilt) PDF PPT
  11:00–11:30 Experimental Research - Alberto Sangiovanni-Vincentelli (UC Berkeley) PPT
     
 

12:00

Research: Student Highlight Talks

 

A series of 7 minute talks to motivate the poster session.

  Advancements in Stochastic Hybrid Systems, Saurabh Amin (UC Berkeley) PDF PPT
 
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Coupled Interface Modules for Heterogeneous Composition, Ethan Jackson (Vanderbilt) PDF PPT
 
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Tools and Interchange Formats for Hybrid Systems, Alessandro Pinto (UC Berkeley) PDF PPT
 
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Identity Management in Sensor Networks, Hamsa Balakrishnan (UC Berkeley) PDF PPT
 
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Trading Latency for Composability, Slobodan Matic (UC Berkeley) PDF PPT
 
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Causality Interfaces, Rachel Zhou (UC Berkeley) PDF PPT
 
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Platform Based Design of Control Applications for Wireless Sensor Networks, Alvise Bonivento (UC Berkeley) PDF PPT
 
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Control of Stochastic Hybrid Systems, Robin Raffard (UC Berkeley) PDF PPT

 
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Hybrid Geometric Mechanics: Reduction and Going Beyond Zeno, Aaron D. Ames (UC Berkeley) PDF PPT
 
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New Results in Model Transformations for Platform Modeling, Tivadar Szemethy (Vanderbilt) PDF PPT
 
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A Semantic Anchoring Infrastructure for Model-Integrated Computing, Kai Chen (Vanderbilt) PDF PPT
 
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Building an Efficient Model of Computation for Hybrid Bond Graphs, Christopher Beers (Vanderbilt) PDF PPT
     
 

2:00

Poster Session

Donald O. Pederson Center, 5th Floor Cory Hall
    Hybrid Systems Theory
    Advanced Tool Architecture
    Experimental Research
    Model-based Design
    Educational and Outreach programs:
    Lana Carnel - Visual Target Segmentation and Identification
    Murphy Gant - Modeling of Distributed Camera Networks
    Robert D. Gregg - Hybrid Reduction of a Bipedal Walker from Three to Two Dimensions
    Shams Karimkhan - A Hybrid Systems Approach to Communication Networks: Zeno Behavior and Guaranteed Simulations
    Simon Ng - Model, Simulation, and Analysis of a Bipedal Walker
     
 

3:45

Educational and Outreach Programs

    Outreach
3:30–3:45 Summer Programs and Undergraduate Research

Jonathan Sprinkle (UC Berkeley) PDF PPT AVI

     
  Education/Course Development
3:45–4:00 Understandable Concurrency
 

Edward Lee (UC Berkeley) PDF PPT

4:00–4:15 A New Course in Hybrid Systems
 

Claire Tomlin (UC Berkeley) PDF PPT

     
    Industrial Collaboration
  4:15–4:30 Automotive Electronics

Alberto Sangiovanni-Vincentelli (UC Berkeley) PDF PPT

  4:30–4:45 Critical Avionics Software

Claire Tomlin (UC Berkeley) PDF PPT

  4:45–5:00 Networked Embedded Systems

Akos Ledeczi (Vanderbilt) PDF PPT

 



























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