LiC Thesis: Shaik Salman

Migrating Elastic Real-time Systems to Multi-Core and Fog Computing Platforms


       
Student   Shaik Salman  
Advisors   Thomas Nolte  
    Alessandro V. Papadopoulos  
    Saad Mubeen  
    Filip Markovic  
       
Faculty Reviewer   Risat Mahmud Pathan, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden  
       
Grading   Thidapat (Tam) Chantem, Virginia Tech, USA  
Committee   Marco Di Natale, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Pisa, Italy  
    Radu Dobrin, Mälardalen University, Sweden (reserve)  
       
Defence   Mälardalen University, Västerås, Sweden  
    Room TBD and Zoom meeting (Link will be made public)  
    TBD, 2022 HH:MM  
       
Abstract      
    TBD  
       
Rules and   The LiC procedure summary  
Guidelines   Rules for Third-cycle Studies at MDH - Chapter 3.1.7 Public Defence of a Thesis  
    Instructions regarding public defences and licentiate seminars on account of the outbreak of Covid19 (Coronavirus)  
       
Thesis   Draft version  
       
Included   Paper A: Scheduling Elastic Applications in Com- positional Real-Time Systems .  
Papers   Paper B: Multi-Processor Scheduling of Elastic Applications in Com- positional Real-Time Systems .  
    Paper C: A Systematic Methodology to Migrate Complex Real-time Software Systems to Multi-Core Platforms .  
    Paper D: Shaik Mohammed Salman, Vaclav Struhar, Alessandro V. Papadopou- los, Moris Behnam, Thomas Nolte .  
Publications   Complete list of publications  

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