### Table 3. Local Energy-Aware Routing (LEAR) Algorithm

in Non-Blocking, Localized Routing Algorithm for Balanced Energy Consumption in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks

"... In PAGE 6: ... When an intermediate node receives the same request message again with a larger sequence number, it adjusts (lowers) its Thr by d to allow forwarding to continue. Table3 describes the basic operation behavior of the LEAR algorithm. Table 3.... ..."

### Table 1. Temporal OCL Extensions and Real-Time Specification

2003

"... In PAGE 4: ... This is especially important for modeling of safety-critical systems. Table1 lists once more the mentioned approaches and com- pares them w.... ..."

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### Table 1: Timing Characteristics of the Real-Time Workload and its Recovery

"... In PAGE 4: ...Table 1: Timing Characteristics of the Real-Time Workload and its Recovery Example of Slack Calculations For the real-time workload given in Table1 , a given set independent fault arrivals and their associated slack values is shown in Table 2. These values of fault arrivals have been chosen for illustration purposes only.... In PAGE 5: ... We introduce this computation via an example, as below. Example of Levels of Responsiveness Consider the workload described in Table1 . Assume that the following sequence of faults occur: (1) the rst fault occurs at time tF = 5, (2) the second at time tF = 22, and (3) the third at time tF = 52.... In PAGE 6: ... The criticality set M = fm( 1); m( 2); :::; m( n)g de nes the relative critical- ity of tasks. Let us consider the set of tasks de ned in Table1 , 1; 2; 3, with criticality values given by M = f2; 1; 3g, which are listed in decreasing order. Thus, 2 is the most critical task in the system.... ..."

### Table 1: Timing Characteristics of the Real-Time Workload and its Recovery

"... In PAGE 4: ...Table 1: Timing Characteristics of the Real-Time Workload and its Recovery Example of Slack Calculations For the real-time workload given in Table1 , a given set independent fault arrivals and their associated slack values is shown in Table 2. These values of fault arrivals have been chosen for illustration purposes only.... In PAGE 5: ... We introduce this computation via an example, as below. Example of Levels of Responsiveness Consider the workload described in Table1 . Assume that the following sequence of faults occur: (1) the rst fault occurs at time tF = 5, (2) the second at time tF = 22, and (3) the third at time tF = 52.... In PAGE 6: ... The criticality set M = fm( 1); m( 2); :::; m( n)g de nes the relative critical- ity of tasks. Let us consider the set of tasks de ned in Table1 , 1; 2; 3, with criticality values given by M = f2; 1; 3g, which are listed in decreasing order. Thus, 2 is the most critical task in the system.... ..."

### Table 1 Task set of baseline real-time system

2006

"... In PAGE 10: ... That is, if a task locks a semaphore then its priority becomes equal to the priority of the highest priority task that might use that semaphore, and is always scheduled before lower prioritized tasks. Table1 summarize the assumptions of the task set. The flrst column... ..."

### Table 1: Estimated memory bandwidth for real-time volume rendering.

"... In PAGE 4: ... Real-time visualization of large 3D datasets places stringent computational demands on modern work- stations, especially on the memory system. Table1 estimates the memory bandwidth to render different size datasets at 30Hz. It is assumed that the volume rendering algorithm accesses each voxel once per projection.... ..."

### Table 1: Estimated memory bandwidth for real-time volume rendering.

1999

"... In PAGE 6: ... Real-time visualization of large 3D datasets places stringent computational demands on modern work- stations, especially on the memory system. Table1 estimates the memory bandwidth to render different size datasets at 30Hz. It is assumed that the volume rendering algorithm accesses each voxel once per projection.... ..."

### Table 6-1: Real-Time Track: List of Courses

1993

"... In PAGE 28: ... Students with sufficient background may be able to waive the prerequisite courses and should therefore contact the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Table6 -1 contains information about the courses that students can take to develop skills in understanding real-time computing issues and in developing software for real-time systems. The table also shows prerequisite courses.... In PAGE 29: ... Those students who already have fundamental programming and electrical engineering skills (includ- ing signals and systems) are best prepared to pursue a controls option under the real-time track. The courses shown in Table6 -2 are members of one of the following four categories: (1) courses which are prerequisites for other courses, (2) courses whose content covers the educational objectives specified earlier, (3) courses whose content covers some of the previ- ously listed educational objectives and are prerequisites for other courses, and (4) courses which cover advanced DSP or control theory. To select a sequence of courses, the student should consider course prerequisites as well as the term(s) in which a course is offered.... In PAGE 30: ... The student could then complete a summer independent study involving an industrial control application and follow this with the Real-Time Applications Laboratory course and Linear Systems or Digital Signal Processing I. Table6 -2: Industrial Controls Option: List of Courses Course Name Educational Objectives Course Number Prerequisite Course(s) Term Offered Units Calculus Prerequisite 21-121 None Listed Fall* Spring* 10 Calculus in Three Dimensions Prerequisite 21-259 21-121 Fall* Spring* 9 Numerical Methods EE3, EE4 21-369 21-259 Fall* Spring* 9 Introduction to Numerical Analysis I EE3, EE4 Advanced Topics 21-660 None Listed Contact Instructor Fall* 12 Intro. to Electrical amp; Comp.... ..."

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### Table 6-1: Real-Time Track: List of Courses

"... In PAGE 12: ... The student could then complete a summer independent study involving an industrial control application and follow this with the Real-Time Applications Laboratory course and Linear Systems or Digital Signal Processing I. Table6 -2: Industrial Controls Option: List of Courses Course Name Educational Objectives Course Number Prerequisite Course(s) Term Offered Units Calculus Prerequisite 21-121 None Listed Fall* Spring* 10 Calculus in Three Dimensions Prerequisite 21-259 21-121 Fall* Spring* 9 Numerical Methods EE3, EE4 21-369 21-259 Fall* Spring* 9 Introduction to Numerical Analysis I EE3, EE4 Advanced Topics 21-660 None Listed Contact Instructor Fall* 12 Intro. to Electrical amp; Comp.... In PAGE 13: ... Those students who already have fundamental programming and electrical engineering skills (includ- ing signals and systems) are best prepared to pursue a controls option under the real-time track. The courses shown in Table6 -2 are members of one of the following four categories: (1) courses which are prerequisites for other courses, (2) courses whose content covers the educational objectives specified earlier, (3) courses whose content covers some of the previ- ously listed educational objectives and are prerequisites for other courses, and (4) courses which cover advanced DSP or control theory. To select a sequence of courses, the student should consider course prerequisites as well as the term(s) in which a course is offered.... In PAGE 14: ... Students with sufficient background may be able to waive the prerequisite courses and should therefore contact the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Table6 -1 contains information about the courses that students can take to develop skills in understanding real-time computing issues and in developing software for real-time systems. The table also shows prerequisite courses.... ..."

### Table 2: UML Profiles for Real-Time Systems VOL 5, NO. 4 JOURNAL OF OBJECT TECHNOLOGY 165

2006

"... In PAGE 16: ... We are interested in these issues in our current research. Table2 summarizes the comparison of the different UML profiles for real-time sys- tems. 164 JOURNAL OF OBJECT TECHNOLOGY... ..."

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