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Performance Analysis
Albrecht Mayer (Infineon) Easy analysis of hard real-time systems – how far can we get?
Sylvain Girbal (Thales) The challenge of profiling multi-core safety-critical embedded systems
Francisco J. Cazorla, Enrico Mezzetti (BSC) On an industrial approach for multi-core timing analysis
10:30-11:00Coffee break
Arne Hamann Description of the WATERS 2019 industrial challenge
Robert Hoettger, Junhyung Ki, The Bao Bui, Burkhard Igel and Olaf Spinczyk CPU-GPU Response Time and Mapping Analysis for High-Performance Automotive Systems
Alexander Diewald, Simon Barner and Selma Saidi Combined Data Transfer Response Time and Mapping Exploration in MPSoCs
Lukas Krawczyk, Mahmoud Bazzal, Ram Prasath Govindarajan and Carsten Wolff An analytical approach for calculating end-to-end response times in autonomous driving applications
Daniel Casini, Paolo Pazzaglia, Alessandro Biondi, Giorgio Buttazzo and Marco Di Natale Addressing Analysis and Partitioning issues for the WATERS 2019 Challenge
12:30-14:00Lunch break
Interference analysis
Gianluca Brilli and Paolo Burgio Interference analysis of shared last-level cache on embedded GP-GPUs with multiple CUDA streams
Ahsan Saeed, Falk Wurst, Michael Pressler, Arne Hamann and Dakshina Dasari Machine Learning Based Cross-Platform Runtime Prediction
Benjamin Rouxel, Julius Roeder, Sebastian Altmeyer and Clemens Grelck A time, energy and security coordination approach
15:30-16:00Coffee break
Georg von der Brüggen, Milad Nayebi, Junjie Shi, Kuan-Hsun Chen and Jian-Jia Chen Evaluation Framework for Self-Suspending Task Systems
16:30-17:30 Discussion Wrap-up on Modeling and Performance Analysis of High-performance Computing Platforms.
Session chair: Selma Saidi

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