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Present CFP : 2015
The IEEE International Symposium on Rapid System Prototyping (RSP) emphasizes design experience sharing and collaborative approach between hardware and software research communities from industry and academy. It considers prototyping as an iterative design approach for embedded hardware and software systems. The RSP series of symposium aim at bridging the gaps in embedded system design between applications, architectures, tools, and technologies to achieve rapid system prototyping of emerging software and hardware systems.
For its 26th venue, the Rapid System Prototyping symposium seeks original contributions related to this target, encompassing a wide scope ranging from formal methods for the verification of software and hardware systems to case studies of emerging embedded systems and technologies. The symposium proposes a two-day inspiring international forum for discussing the latest related innovations and research activities. The symposium program will include keynote speeches and technical papers on timely topics.
The RSP symposium continues as a part of the Embedded Systems Week, that will be held this year in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
See http://www.esweek.org for more details.
Suggested topics include, but are not limited to:
Rapid prototyping and emulation methods and tools
Specification models and methodologies for hardware/software systems
Emerging technologies, devices, boards, and applications
Prototyping experiences related to emerging technologies (memories, 3D integration, next generation wireless, Internet of Things)
Prototyping of embedded systems for real-time, low power, and flexibility
Middleware for embedded systems
Model-driven engineering and prototyping
Formal methods and verification/validation of embedded systems
Reliability and failure analysis for embedded systems
Embedded system virtualization
Virtual prototyping and platforms for embedded systems
Prototyping methods and tools for reconfigurable computing
Rapid design approaches for application-specific processors
MPSoC and GPU-based system design and challenges
Hardware platforms and approaches for simulations acceleration
Industrial experiences in embedded system prototyping
The program committee invites authors to submit original unpublished full papers. Authors of selected papers will be requested to prepare a final camera-ready manuscript for the symposium proceedings and must register and attend the conference for their paper to be published. Paper length should not exceed 7 pages and should use the standard IEEE format. Submission instructions as well as templates can be found on the RSP web site http://www.rsp-symposium.org. Accepted and presented papers will be included in the IEEE RSP 2014 symposium proceedings and published in IEEE Xplore.