2004 Research Summaries for the Ptolemy Project

Research advisor: Edward A. Lee

These research summaries give a snapshot of many of the research efforts within the Ptolemy Project. These summaries appear in the collection of research abstracts EECS/ERL Research Summary. The research summary is published once a year by the EECS Industrial Relations Office, Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences Department, and the Electronics Research Laboratory of the University of California at Berkeley. The EECS/ERL Industrial Relations program office can be reached at +1-510-643-6691 or indrelations at eecs berkeley edu

Researcher(s) Project Title
Christopher Hylands Brooks, Edward Lee, Jie Liu, Xiaojun Liu, Stephen Neuendorffer, Yuhong Xiong, Yang Zhao, Haiyang Zheng
Ptolemy II- Heterogeneous Concurrent Modeling and Design in Java
Stephen Neuendorffer and Christopher Hylands Brooks
Copernicus: Generating Code from polymorphic components and heterogenous models.
Stephen Neuendorffer and Yang Zhao
A Framework for Component Management in Large Scale Distributed Systems
Haiyang Zheng, Stephen Neuendorffer
Compositionality Analysis
Christopher Hylands Brooks
Software Development in an Academic Environment
Elaine Cheong
TinyGALS: A Programming Model for Event-Driven Embedded Systems
Stephen Neuendorffer and Edward Lee
Vergil: User interface for Ptolemy II
Edward A. Lee, Christopher Hylands Brooks
Ptplot - A Java 2D Signal plotter
Joern Janneck, Chris Chang, Yang Zhao
CAL: A Novel Actor Language
Adam Cataldo and Xiaojun Liu
Soft Walls: Modifying Flight Control Systems to Limit the Flight Space of Commercial Aircraft.
Yang Zhao, Xiaojun Liu, Elaine Cheong, Sanjeev Kohli
A Modeling and Design Environment for Sensor Networks
Rachel Zhou
Heterochronous Dataflow
Sanjeev Kohli
Cache Aware Scheduling for Synchronous Dataflow Programs
Eleftherios D. Matsikoudis
Structured Interface Automata
N. Vinay Krishnan
An Interpretive-Scheduler for Schedule Carrying Code
Gang Zhou
Dynamic Dataflow and Boolean Dataflow in Ptolemy II
Xiaojun Liu
A Unified Simulation Framework and Component Model for Timed Models of Computation

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