1999 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 1999 Research Summary. The research summary is published once a year by the Industrial Liaison Program, Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences Department, and the Electronics Research Laboratory of the University of California at Berkeley. The Industrial Liaison Program office can be reached at +1-510-643-6691 or ilp at eecs berkeley edu

Researcher(s) Project Title
Edward A. Lee
Discrete-Event System Theory
Bilung Lee, Xiaojun Liu
Specification of Control Flow in Ptolemy
Geroncio Galicia
Multiprocessor Code Generation from Control and Dataflow Descriptions
John S. Davis II
The Semantics of Discrete Event Systems
Lukito Muliadi
Discrete Event Modeling and Simulation
Mudit Goel
Process Networks Model of Computation: Nondeterminism, Mutating Networks and design of architectures.
Stephen Neuendorffer
Abstract Domain Interaction and Communication in Ptolemy II
Neil Smyth
Communicating Sequential Processes Model of Computation: Nondeterminism, Time and Mutating Systems.
Edward A. Lee
Christopher Hylands
John Reekie
Tycho - A Heterogeneous Syntax Manager
Edward A. Lee and group
Ptolemy II- Heterogeneous Concurrent Modeling and Design in Java
Jie Liu
System Level Mixed-Signal Modeling in Ptolemy II
Yuhong Xiong
Type System for Ptolemy II
Bicheng William Wu
Interactive Digital Filter Design Using Java
Bicheng William Wu
Design Flow Management (DFM) in Ptolemy II Framework

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