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8:00-8:30 - Registration

8:30-9:50 - First session

  1. Project Status and Overview PDF PPT
    Edward A. Lee
  2. SimWORKS, A hybrid Java/C++ Simulation platform PDF PPT
    Ned Stoffel, RSoft Design
  3. MESCAL Application Modeling and Mapping: Warpath PDF PPT
    Andrew Mihal, UC Berkeley Mescal Group
  4. Embedded S/W Development Using PTII: Modeling Extensions, Data Representation, Compilation PDF PPT
    Zoltan Kemenczy and Sean Simmons, Research in Motion

9:50-10:10 - Break

10:10-11:10 - Second session

  1. Java Code Generation PDF PPT
    Steve Neuendorffer, UC Berkeley Ptolemy Group
  2. The Ptolemy C Code Generator PDF PPT
    Ankush Varma, Shuvra S. Bhattacharyya, University of Maryland
  3. JHDL Hardware Generation PDF PPT
    Michael J. Wirthlin, Matthew Koecher, Brigham Young University

11:10-12:00 -Poster Briefings

  1. Ptolemy II and MDA, Vincent Arnould of Thales
  2. The Ptolemy II Graph Package, Shahrooz Shahparnia, Fuat Keceli, Ming-Yung Ko, Yuhong Xiong, Jie Liu, Shuvra S. Bhattacharyya, University of Maryland
  3. The OpenModelica Project - Object-Oriented Modeling and Simulation for Continuous and Discrete-Event Systems, Peter Bunus, Peter Fritzson, Peter Aronsson, Vadim Engelson, Levon Saldamli. Linkoping University, Sweden
  4. Embedded S/W Development Using PTII (Poster), Zoltan Kemenczy and Sean Simmons, Research in Motion
  5. Verification of Process Networks derived from Matlab by Compaan using Ptolemy, Bart Kienhuis, Leiden University, The Netherlands
  6. Design Space Exploration in Ptolemy, Bart Kienhuis, Leiden University, The Netherlands
  7. Efficient and orderly co-simulation of heterogeneous computational models, Daniel Lázaro Cuadrado
  8. Simulation to Implementation: Hardware in the Loop Simulation and Code Generation, Steve Neuendorffer, UC Berkeley Ptolemy Group
  9. Methods for Monitoring, Benchmarking and Tuning of Ptolemy II Models' Performance, Mohamed Salem, Ellipsis Design
  10. Using High-level Synthesis from SystemC for Architectural Exploration, John Sanguinetti, Forte Design Systems
  11. Formal composition of web services, Xavier Warzee, Valtech Technologies/General Electric Medical Systems
  12. JHDL Domain, Michael J. Wirthlin, Trent Vandenberghe, Brigham Young University
  13. Image Processing in Ptolemy II, James Yeh
  14. Distributed Ptolemy Models, Yang Zhao, Xiaojun Liu, UC Berkeley Ptolemy Group,
  15. Communications Systems Modeling in Ptolemy II, Rachel Zhou

12:00-1:00 - Lunch

1:00-3:00 - Poster session

3:00-5:20 Afternoon session

  1. Models of Computation in Hollywood PDF PPT
    Chamberlain Fong, Digital Domain
  2. CAL - An actor language PDF PPT
    Joern Janneck, UC Berkeley Ptolemy Group
  3. Evolutionary Programming using Ptolemy II PDF PPT
    Greg Rohling, Georgia Tech
  4. The Component Interaction Domain: Modeling Event-Driven and Demand-Driven Applications PDF PPT
    Xiaojun Liu, Yang Zhao, UC Berkeley Ptolemy Group
  5. TinyGALS: A Programming Model for Event-Driven Embedded Systems PDF PPT
    Elaine Cheong, UC Berkeley Ptolemy Group
  6. Conditional scheduling with varying deadlines PDF PPT
    Ben Horowitz, UC Berkeley Massacio Project
  7. Plans for the Future PDF PPT
    Edward A. Lee, UC Berkeley Ptolemy Group

5:30-7:00 - Reception