(General Chair: Tastuo Nakajima)
CPSNA Keynote : 9:10–10:00
(Session Chair: Shinpei Kato)
Toru Baji (NVIDIA Japan)
NVIDIA Latest Tegra Processor and DRIVE PX2 Platforms for Autonomous Driving
Abstract:With the integration of
high-performance GPU, Tegra SoC has the performance and features that are required to implement a highly integrated autonomous driving system. Tegra especially has been enhanced for the massive
parallel processing and high precision and flexible AI(Deep Learning) based image recognition. DRIVE PX2 is a platform using Tegra processors. The latest information for these advanced
technologies will be introduced in this talk.
Coffee Break: 10:00–10:30
Regular and short paper authors will be allowed 20 minutes total (about a 15 minute talk with 5 minutes of questions) to present their work.
Session 1 (System
(Session Chair: Jinkyu Lee)
Kazuto Ishikawa, Kazuya Nagasawa, Kiminao Kogiso
Sawada.Experimental Validation of Encrypted Controller Implemented on Raspberry Pi
Hiroki Ohta, Naoki Akai, Eijiro Takeuchi, Shinpei Kato and Masato Edahiro.Pure
Pursuit Revisited: Field Testing of Autonomous Vehicles in Urban Areas
Sangsoo Jeong, Youngmi Baek and Sang Hyuk Son.
A Hybrid V2X System for Safety-Critical Applications in VANET
(S) Takuma Shirai, Kohei Osawa, Hiroyuki Chishiro, Nobuyuki Yamasaki and Masayuki Inaba.
Design and Implementation of A High Power Robot Distributed Control System on Dependable Responsive
Multithreaded Processor (D-RMTP)
Session 2 (Control Applications): 13:30–15:00
(Session Chair: Kiminao Kogiso)
(S) Koji Kitagawa and Kiminao Kogiso.
Filling Demand-Supply Gap by Adjusting Electricity Selling Prices under Stochastic Acceptancer Stochastic
(S) Maiya Hori, Takayuki Goto, Shigeru Takano and Rin-Ichiro Taniguchi.
Power Demand Forecasting Using Meteorological Data and Human Congestion Information
Kazuhiro Sato and Shun-Ichi
Controllability of Aggregate Demand Response Systems for Real-Time Pricing
Optimal Real-Time Pricing of Electricity Based on Switched Markov Chain Models and Welfare
Coffee Break: 15:00–15:30
Executive Session (co-located with UV2016) :
(Session Chair: Shuzaburo Takeda)
(at chez Jiroud, E&S Building)
Session 3 (Control
(Session Chair: Kazuhiro Sato)
Control of large-scale cyber-physical systems with agents via a representative model
Takashi Kodama, Atushi Okabe and Kiminao Kogiso.
Simultaneous Estimation of Contraction Ratio and Parameter of McKibben Pneumatic Artificial Muscle Model Using Log-Normalized Unscented Kalman Filter
Atsushi Okabe and Kiminao Kogiso.
Application of Particle Swarm Optimization to Parameter Estimation of a McKibben Pneumatic
Artificial Muscle Model
(S) Kazuma Wada and Kazunori Sakurama.
Masking Method for Local Information on Distributed Optimization with Constraints
Coffee Break: 10:30–11:00
Work in Progress Session : 11:00–12:30
(Session Chair: Tasuku Ishigooka)
Lunch: 12:30 – 14:00
Session 4 (Modeling and Framework): 14:00–15:10
(Session Chair: Hiroyuki Chishiro)
Best Paper) Minsu Jo, Junkil Park, Yungmi Baek, Radoslav Ivanov, James Weimer, Sanghyuk Son and Insup Lee.
Adaptive Transient Fault Model for Sensor Attack Detection
Daniel Shih, Cheng-Hsun Li and Jyun-Jhe Chou.
Distributed QoS Aware Meta-Routing for IoT/CPS
(S) Takuro Yamamoto, Hiroshi Oyama and Takuya
Lightweight Ruby Framework for Improving Embedded Software
Coffee Break: 15:10–15:40
Session 5 (Operating Systems and Middleware)
(Session Chair: Tatsuo Nakajima)
Yukihiro Saito, Takuya Azumi, Shinpei Kato and Nobuhiko Nishio.
Priority and Synchronization Support for ROS
Yuhei Suzuki, Takuya Azumi, Nobuhiko Nishio and Shinpei Kato.
HLBS: Heterogeneous Laxity-Based Scheduling Algorithm for DAG-based Real-Time Computing
(S) Hiroyuki Chishiro, Yusuke Hatori, Kohei Osawa, Keigo Mizotani and Nobuyuki Yamasaki.
Parallel Responsive Task on Dependable Responsive Multithreaded Processor II
(S) Tomoaki Kawada, Takuya Azumi, Hiroshi Oyama and Hiroaki Takada.
Componentizing an Operating System Feature Using a TECS Plugin