Ranking & Metrics
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Research Impact Score:2.48
Contributing Top Scientist:13
Papers published by Top Scientists22
Research Ranking (Computer Science)337
Conference Call for Papers
The broad scope of RTAS’22 ranges from traditional hard real-time systems to embedded systems without explicit timing requirements. In both tracks, the timing requirements of interest include not only classical hard real-time constraints, but also time-sensitive applications in a broader sense, including applications subject to probabilistic, soft real-time, quality-of-service (QoS), or latency requirements. The application area can be either resource-constrained embedded systems or other time-sensitive systems of any size, including (but are not limited to): time-sensitive cloud/edge/fog computing systems, time-sensitive applications in the Internet of Things (IoT), time-sensitive mobile computing apps, timing aspects in robotics middleware and frameworks, machine learning in or for time-sensitive systems, real-time control in smart cities and other large cyber-physical systems (CPS), signal processing algorithms that must execute in real time, and real-time healthcare solutions.
RTAS welcomes both papers backed by formal proofs as well as papers that focus exclusively on empirical validation of timing requirements. Track 1 further welcomes applied systems papers that focus on practical issues other than timing, such as security, energy-awareness, and fault tolerance, in the broader field of embedded/CPS/IoT systems and applications.
The conference proceedings will be published by IEEE and indexed on IEEE Xplore. RTAS’22 follows a double-blind peer reviewing process: author identities and affiliations will not be revealed to reviewers. Authors will have the opportunity to provide a rebuttal of reviews before acceptance decisions are made, solely to provide clarifications and correct misconceptions. The rebuttal will not allow authors to introduce new material beyond the original submission, or promise such material for the camera-ready version. There will be an optional artifact evaluation process for accepted papers that assesses the reproducibility of the work.