Progress Report Meeting - Dec 2017

Event dates: 
Thursday, December 7, 2017 - 09:00 to Friday, December 8, 2017 - 17:30

Progress Report Meetings

Meeting rooms at École Polytechnique de montréal

  • Thursday Dec 7: 9:00 - 18:00 ​M-2004 Presentations
  • Friday Dec 8: 9:00 - 18:00 L-4812 LTTng, Trace Compass Demos and Hackathon

Participation is by invitation. The target audience is the project participants and guests of the project sponsors.

Tursday, Dec 7 2017, From 9:00 to 18:00

Start time End time Presenter Subject Description
9:00 9:15 Breakfast and welcome
9:15 9:30 Pr. Michel Dagenais Introduction to HSDM Brief description of the project's objectives, its organization and the participants and overview of progress made in the last months.
9:30 9:50 Hani Nemati/ Pr. Michel Dagenais Progresses in Virtual Machine Analysis
9:50 10:10 Abderrahmane Benbachir/Pr. Michel Dagenais Virtual Machine Bootup Analysis
10:10 10:30 Adel Belkhiri /Pr. Michel Dagenais Tracing and Performance Analysis of GVT-g
10:30 10:45 Majid Rezazade/Pr. Michel Dagenais Contention Analysis
10:45 11:00 Break
11:00 11:30 Efficios LTTng update
11:30 12:00 Ericsson Trace Correlation Algorithms and Tools
12:00 12:20 Yonni Chen Kuang/ Pr. Michel Dagenais Using web technologies for trace visualization tools
12:20 13:30 Lunch (L4812)
13:30 13:40 Hili /Pr. Juergen Dingel Using UML-RT and Papyrus-RT for the Design, Execution, and Observation of a Rover System
13:50 14:00 Reza Ahmadi /Pr. Juergen Dingel State machine slicing for optimizing test case generation
14:00 14:10 Karim Jahed/Pr. Juergen Dingel Enabling Papyrus-RT for the Internet of Things
14:10 14:15 Michal Pasternak/Pr. Juergen Dingel Model-based Prototyping of Real-time Systems With PapyrusRT and Unity
14:15 14:20 Sudharshan Gopikrishnan/Pr. Juergen Dingel Customizing Papyrus-RT for Model Driven Development of Rover Software
14:20 14:25 Harshith Vasanth Gayathri/Pr. Juergen Dingel Model-driven development of software for the PolarSys Rover using Papyrus-RT
14:25 14:35 Kanchan Nair/Pr. Juergen Dingel Optimizing Software Build Process of Papyrus-RT By Seamless Integration of Code Generation and EMFCompare
14:35 15:00 Houssem Daoud/ Pr. Michel Dagenais Analyzing Memory Management Mechanisms Based on Trace Events
15:00 15:20 Break
15:20 15:40 Paul Margheritta/Pr. Michel Dagenais Tracing and Trace Analysis Strategies for GPU-Accelerated HSA Programs
15:40 16:00 Marie Martin/Pr. Michel Dagenais Checking the coherence of states in case of lost events in a trace
16:00 16:20 Pierre Zins/Pr. Michel Dagenais Tracing and profiling dataflow applications
16:20 16:40 Robin Gassais/Pr.Michel Dagenais Tracing IoT devices for anomaly detection purposes
16:40 16:50 Loïc Gelle/Pr. Michel Dagenais Container tracing challenges and mechanisms
16:50 17:00 Irving Muller Rodrigues/Pr. Daniel Aloise Duplicate bug report detection through machine learning techniques
17:10 17:20 Christian Harper/Pr. Michel Dagenais Flexible Fast Tracepoints in x86
17:20 17:40 Naser Ezzati/Pr. Michel Dagenais Performance analysis of parallel applications using LTTng and Trace Compass
18:30 21:00 Dinner at restaurant Philinos.

Friday, Dec 8 2017: LTTng, Trace Compass Demos and Hackathon

Start time End time Presenter Subject Description
9:00 9:15 Breakfast and welcome
9:15 18:00 Hackathon

Informal hacking/tutorial on LTTng and Trace Compass. Come with your questions and projects and we'll all work on it together, or in small groups. Depending on the demand, some more formal sessions may be scheduled for those interested. We have the room all day. Bring your laptop or your whole desktop!