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CPSY, DC, IPSJ-SLDM, IPSJ-EMB, IPSJ-ARC [detail] 2022-03-10
Online Online CPSY2021-45 DC2021-79 In recent years, the use of virtualization with Hypervisor for embedded systems has been attracting attention. Embedded ... [more] CPSY2021-45 DC2021-79
CPSY, DC, IPSJ-SLDM, IPSJ-EMB, IPSJ-ARC [detail] 2022-03-11
Online Online Highly Efficient Mixed Criticality System Using Fluid Scheduling
Kosuke Yashima, Nobuyuki Yamasaki (Keio Univ.) CPSY2021-64 DC2021-98
In recent real-time systems, it is necessary to deal with tasks whose execution time varies depending on the situation.
... [more]
CPSY2021-64 DC2021-98
SS, MSS 2022-01-12
Nagasaki Nagasakiken-Kensetsu-Sogo-Kaikan Bldg.
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Multitask Scheduling for Reducing Total Memory Consumption while Satisfying Deadlines using Adaptive Control according to Dynamic Change of Task Memory Consumption
Ryosuke Arai, Akio Nakata (Hiroshima City Univ) MSS2021-48 SS2021-35
The authors have previously proposed a multi-task scheduling method LMCLF, which can reduce the total memory usage of th... [more] MSS2021-48 SS2021-35
CPSY, DC, IPSJ-SLDM, IPSJ-EMB, IPSJ-ARC [detail] 2021-03-25
Online Online Scheduling algorithms for sporadic and periodic tasks in multiprocessors
Yuki Mori, Nobuyuki Yamasaki (Keio Univ.) CPSY2020-54 DC2020-84
Among embedded systems that are embedded in devices to ealize specific functions, systems that need to meet time onstra... [more] CPSY2020-54 DC2020-84
CPSY, DC, IPSJ-SLDM, IPSJ-EMB, IPSJ-ARC [detail] 2021-03-26
Online Online Non Stop Processor with Non Volatile Element
Shota Nakabeppu, Nao Sugiyama, Nobuyuki Yamasaki (Keio Univ.), Kenta Suzuki, Keizo Hiraga, Yasuo Kanda (Sony Semiconductor Solutions) CPSY2020-66 DC2020-96
In recent years, embedded systems such as wearable devices and robots have become widespread. Wear-
able devices often ... [more]
CPSY2020-66 DC2020-96
RECONF 2020-05-28
Online Online [Invited Talk] Aerial manipulation using multirotor UAV
Kazuhiro Shimonomura (Ritsumeikan Univ.) RECONF2020-10
Our research group have studied on multirotor UAVs for manpulation tasks at high elevation place. In an aerial manipulat... [more] RECONF2020-10
HWS, VLD [detail] 2020-03-05
Okinawa Okinawa Ken Seinen Kaikan
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
Motor Current Signature Analysis Based On-Line Fault Detection of DC Motor
Naoki Osako (Kwansei Gakuin Univ.), Hiroyuki Kanbara (ASTEM), Nagisa Ishiura (Kwansei Gakuin Univ.) VLD2019-111 HWS2019-84
This article presents a method for online detection of DC motors' fault based on current signature analysis.
While cu... [more]
VLD2019-111 HWS2019-84
SP, EA, SIP 2020-03-03
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
A Study for HMM-based embedded speech synthesis using a large-scale speech corpus
Nobuyuki Nishizawa, Tomohiro Obara, Hiromi Ishizaki (KDDI Research, Inc.) EA2019-141 SIP2019-143 SP2019-90
This study shows that our speech synthesis system based on HMM speech synthesis for embedded devices can perform real-ti... [more] EA2019-141 SIP2019-143 SP2019-90
IPSJ-SLDM, RECONF, VLD, CPSY, IPSJ-ARC [detail] 2020-01-23
Kanagawa Raiosha, Hiyoshi Campus, Keio University Binary Synthesis from RISC-V Executables
Shoki Hamana, Nagisa Ishiura (Kwansei Gakuin Univ.) VLD2019-71 CPSY2019-69 RECONF2019-61
This article presents a method of synthesizing hardware from RISC-V binary codes. RISC-V is an open source instruction s... [more] VLD2019-71 CPSY2019-69 RECONF2019-61
(Joint) [detail]
Ehime Ehime Prefecture Gender Equality Center Low Latency Interrupt Handling Scheme By Using Interrupt Wake-Up Mechanism
Ryo Wada, Nobuyuki Yamasaki (Keio Univ.) CPSY2019-50
Recently, embedded real-time systems used in spacecraft and automobiles have become increasingly complex and are require... [more] CPSY2019-50
KBSE, SC 2019-11-08
Nagano Shinshu University A Case-study for Developpment and Verification of an Embedded System
Kozo Okano, Shinpei Ogata, Miki Natsume (Shinshu Univ.) KBSE2019-30 SC2019-27
Through a development of an embedded system and design verification, we report on the issues and workload when novice en... [more] KBSE2019-30 SC2019-27
SSS 2019-03-26
Tokyo   High Reliability and Safety Protection Method for Applying Artificial Intelligence to Embedded Systems
Yasuhiro Omori, Akihiko Higuchi, Daisuke Kawakami (Mitsubishi Electric Co.) SSS2018-32
This paper proposes an architecture for embedded systems, which employs machine learning results. The proposed architect... [more] SSS2018-32
CPSY, DC, IPSJ-SLDM, IPSJ-EMB, IPSJ-ARC [detail] 2019-03-17
Kagoshima Nishinoomote City Hall (Tanega-shima) Real-Time Voltage and Frequency Scaling Scheme with IPC Controlling for SMT Processor
Hiromi Suzuki, Yousuke Ide, Yuta Tsukahara, Nobuyuki Yamasaki (Keio Univ) CPSY2018-106 DC2018-88
In the field of Real-Time embedded systems, both of high-performance and low-power consumption are required. In this pap... [more] CPSY2018-106 DC2018-88
SS 2019-03-04
Okinawa   An improved LLF scheduling for reducing heap memory consumption in multiprocessor real-time system by considering laxity time
Yuki Machigashira, Akio Nakata (Hirosima City Univ.) SS2018-55
Real-time embedded systems are often designed as multitasking systems in order to improve responsiveness to multiple ext... [more] SS2018-55
KBSE, SS, IPSJ-SE [detail] 2018-07-18
Hokkaido   A Study of Safety Updating Functionalities for Embedded Systems
Shinya Tsuchida, Hiroyuki Nakagawa, Tatsuhiro Tsuchiya (Osaka Univ) SS2018-8 KBSE2018-18
Software evolution for embedded systems is a necessary process in software development. In this paper, we update a progr... [more] SS2018-8 KBSE2018-18
Osaka   Deductive Verification of real-time safety properties for embedded assembly program using theorem prover Princess
Naoki Odajima (Kanazawa Univ.), Gakuhi Fukuda (Kanazawa Nishikigaoka), Satoshi Yamane (Kanazawa Univ.) MSS2017-84
It is important to verify both the correctness and real-time properties for embedded systems.
In this paper, we propos... [more]
SIS 2018-03-08
Aichi Meijo Univ. Tempaku Campus Improvement of Real-time Dehazing Processing Suitable for Embedded Systems
Ayaka Yasuda (NIT, Tokuyama Col.), Shota Furukawa (NIT, Kagoshima Col.), Noriaki Suetake (Yamaguchi Univ.), Takanori Koga (NIT, Tokuyama Col.) SIS2017-61
Processing for removing haze such as fog and mist superimposed on digital images is called dehazing. When dehazing syste... [more] SIS2017-61
SS 2018-03-07
Okinawa   Suggestion of Test Case Generation Method with Priority Based on Use Case of User for System Test
Emi Saito, Ai Toshikuni, Yuichiroh Nakagawa (Hitachi) SS2017-76
In embedded systems, developers have a demand to find serious defects early. We suppose that it is serious as defects to... [more] SS2017-76
KBSE 2018-03-02
Okinawa   A Study on a Programming Framework for Self-Adaptive Systems -- Dynamic Verification Considering Time Constraints --
Hiroki Tsuda, Hiroyuki Nakagawa, Tatsuhiro Tsuchiya (Osaka Univ.) KBSE2017-59
Self-adaptive systems can adapt to environment changes and changes of internal conditions. In embedded systems that have... [more] KBSE2017-59
KBSE 2018-01-25
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Applicability of a Framework for Updating Functions Based on the MAPE Loop Mechanism
Shinya Tsuchida, Hiroyuki Nakagawa, Tatsuhiro Tsuchiya (Osaka Univ) KBSE2017-32
Software evolution for embedded systems is a necessary process in software development. In this paper, we construct a pr... [more] KBSE2017-32
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