The Compositional and Parallel Real Time System (CoPaRTS) group is a research group in the Department of Computer Science, College of Engineering, Wayne State University. CoPaRTS is directed by Nathan W. Fisher. This group is an important part of LaST: Laboratory for Sustainable computing. CoPaRTS focuses primarily on the areas of scheduling algorithm, schedulability analysis, compositional real-time systems, real-time resource allocation in parallel and distributed systems, and sustainable computing.
- Real Time Systems
- Algorithm Analysis
- Game Theory
- Distributed/Parallel Computing
- Thermal Controlled Feedback Systems
- December 2012: The paper "Efficient Admission Control for Enforcing Arbitrary Real-Time Demand-Curve Interfaces" received the Best Student Paper Award in RTSS, 2012.
- Aug 2012: The paper "Efficient Admission Control for Enforcing Arbitrary Real-Time Demand-Curve Interfaces" is accepted to appear in RTSS, 2012.
- May 2012: Prof. Joel Goossens worked with CoPaRTS as a visiting scholar of the Wayne State University.
- May 2012: We have two papers titled "Fixed-Priority Schedulability of Arbitrary-Deadline Sporadic Tasks upon Periodic Resources" and "A Parallel Algorithm for EDF-Schedulability Analysis of Multi-Modal Real-Time Systems" accepted for publication in RTCSA 2012.
- April 2012: Our paper titled "Scheduling in Competitive Environments: Truthful Mechanisms for Allocating a Single Processor to Real-Time Sporadic Tasks" was accepted in ECRTS 2012.
- November 2011: Our paper on control systems was accepted for publication on RTAS 2012.
- September 2011: Our conference paper "Tractable Real-Time Schedulability Analysis for Mode Changes under Temporal Isolation" received Best Paper Candiate award in "IEEE Symposium on Embedded Systems for Real-Time Multimedia", Taipei, Taiwan.