New advances in parallel real-time scheduling theory and concurrency platforms are enabling a new generation of cyber-physical systems, which can support a challenging combination of (1) significant computational demands, (2) stringent timing constraints, and (3) dynamic and substantial changes in how resources are allocated, at run-time. This talk will describe a series of recent advances in parallel real-time systems research, including both theoretical and practical results, and how each of them impacts the specific domain of real-time hybrid simulation, a cyber-physical approach to high-fidelity testing of structures at scale that is increasingly relevant for earthquake engineering and other related fields.
Speaker: Christopher Gill, Washington Univ.
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