Introduction

IEEE ISORC was founded in 1998 (with its first meeting in Kyoto, Japan) to address research into the application of real-time object-oriented distributed technology. Since then, ISORC has continually evolved to meet the latest challenges faced by researchers and practitioners in the real-time domain, with an emphasis on object-, component- and service- oriented systems and solutions.. ISORC is a single-track conference, with a low acceptance rate and a lively community. We host a number of associated workshops, and are proud of our spirit of openness. We seek to encourage diverse views and new approaches to all challenging RT computing issues. This year's theme is Real-Time Issues and Challenges for novel applications and systems

Call for paper

Submission Topics

We invite original submissions  pertaining  to  all  aspects  of  ORC technology and especially those that are well aligned with the 2016 theme. These include, but are not limited to:

  • Programming and system engineering
  • Real-time programming challenges, ORC paradigms, object/component models, languages, synchronous languages, RT CORBA, Embedded .NET, RT RMI, RT Java, UML, model-maintenance, system of systems, time-predictable systems and hardware.
  • Distributed computing and communication infrastructures
  • Real-time communication, networked platforms, protocols, Internet QoS, peer-to-peer computing, sensor networks, VANETS and V2V and V2I communication, trusted and dependable systems.
  • System software:
  • Real-time kernels and OS, middleware support for ORC, QoS management, extensibility, synchronization, resource allocation, scheduling, fault tolerance, security.
  • Applications:
  • Medical devices, intelligent transportation systems, Industrial automation systems, Internet of Things and Smart Grids, embedded systems (automotive, avionics, consumer electronics, building systems, sensors, etc), multimedia processing, RT Web-based applications.
  • System evaluation:
  • Output accuracy, timing, dependability, end-to-end QoS, overhead, fault detection and recovery time.
  • Cyber-physical systems:
  • Mobile systems, wireless sensor networks, real-time analytics.
  • Guidelines for Manuscripts

According to program committee guidelines, papers presenting practical techniques, ideas, or evaluations will be favored, with papers reporting experimentation results and industrial experiences particularly welcome. Originality will not be interpreted too narrowly, but papers that are based on severely unrealistic assumptions will not be accepted however mathematically or logically sophisticated the discussion may be.

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