We’re happy to announce a further new paper, which covers the whole process of our energy auto-tuning approach for self-reconfiguring, quality-aware hardware/software systems.
Sebastian Götz, Claas Wilke, Sebastian Cech and Uwe Assmann
Architecture and Mechanisms for Energy Auto-Tuning
To appear in Sustainable Green Computing: Practices, Methodologies and Technologies, IGI Global, 2011
We are glad to announce that two new papers of our group have been accepted for publication.
The first paper covers our approach to compute an optimal mapping of software components onto hardware w.r.t. the ratio between energy consumption and user utility. The second paper introduces our proposal for a role-based language for robot/cyber-physical-system programming.
- Sebastian Götz, Claas Wilke, Sebastian Cech, and Uwe Aßmann.
Runtime Variability Management for Energy-efficient Software by Contract Negotiation
To appear in: Proceedings of the 6th International Workshop Models@run.time, in conjunction with MODELS 2011 – Wellington, New Zealand October 16-21, 2011.
- Sebastian Götz, Max Leuthäuser, Jan Reimann, Julia Schroeter, Christian Wende, Claas Wilke, and Uwe Aßmann.
NaoText: A Role-based Language for Collaborative Robot Applications.
To appear in: Proceedings of the 1st International ISoLA Workshop on Software Aspects of Robotic Systems, Vienna University of Technology, October 17 – 18, 2011.
We are happy to announce the first publications directly related to the QualiTune project. Jan Reimann recently presented his vision for a Quality-Controlled Composition Generation at the student’s workshop of 2011′s GTTSE/SLE conference. Claas Wilke et al. will present their vision for a Model-Based Energy Testing approach at the MODELS 2011 conference in October 2011.