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Best Papers Candidates


The following 10 papers, listed in alphabetical order, received the highest scores during the peer-review evaluation process. From these, a Best Paper Awards Committee will pick SBESC’s best papers during the event, evaluating both the camera-ready manuscript and its presentation. The result will be announced during the Conference Dinner (on Nov. 3rd).

A Framework for the Analysis of UAV Strategies using Co-simulation
José Barros (UFPB), Thyago Oliveira (UFPB), Vivek Nigam (UFPB), Alisson Brito (UFPB)

Mutant components: Efficiently managing multiple implementations
João Gabriel Reis (UFSC), Antonio Augusto Frohlich (UFSC)

On the Impact of Dynamic Routing Metrics on a Geographic Protocol for WSNs
Davi Resner (UFSC), Gustavo Araujo (UFSC), Antonio Augusto Frohlich (UFSC)

Predicting Thread Profiles across Core Types via Machine Learning on Heterogeneous Multiprocessors
Cha Li (University of Pittsburgh - USA), Vinicius Petrucci (UFBA), Daniel Mossé (University of Pittsburgh - USA)

Previsão de demanda de recursos em nuvens IaaS usando séries temporais
Dilson Moreira Jr. (UDESC), Rafael Obelheiro (UDESC)

Reaching Optimum Solutions for the Low Power Hard Real-Time Task Allocation on Multiple Heterogeneous Processors Problem
Eduardo Valentin (UFAM), Rosiane de Freitas (UFAM), Raimundo Barreto (UFAM)

Redução de Energia em Casas Inteligentes utilizando uma Abordagem Multiobjetivo baseada nos Perfis de Uso de Equipamentos
Henrique Lacerda (UFPE), Abel Silva-Filho (UFPE), Allan Feitosa (UFPE), Wellington Pinheiro dos Santos (UFPE), Filipe Rolim (UFRPE)

RT-NKE Um Nanokernel de Tempo Real Educacional
Celso Costa (UERGS), Ivan Muller (UERGS), Debora Motta (UERGS), Margrit Krug (UERGS), Lucas Murliky (UERGS), Aline Fracalossi (UERGS), Guilherme Debom (UERGS), Alleff Dymytry (UERGS), Rivalino Matias Jr (UFU)

The Potential of Accelerating Image-Processing Applications by using Approximate Function Reuse
Leonardo Silveira (UFRGS), Marcelo Brandalero (UFRGS), Jeckson Souza (UFRGS), Antonio Carlos Beck F. (UFRGS)

Towards to a Low-Cost Augmented Reality Head-Mounted Display with Real-Time Eye Center Location Capability
Thiago D’Angelo (UFOP), Saul Delabrida (UFOP), Ricardo R. Oliveira (UFOP), Antonio Alfredo Ferreira Loureiro (UFMG)


The following papers were elected as best papers in each of the three main areas of the event:

  • Real-time systems: Eduardo Valentin, Rosiane de Freitas, Raimundo Barreto, Reaching Optimum Solutions for the Low Power Hard Real-Time Task Allocation on Multiple Heterogeneous Processors Problem, 2016.
  • Operating systems: João Gabriel Reis and Antônio Augusto Fröhlich, Mutant components: Efficiently managing multiple implementations, 2016.
  • Embedded systems: Leonardo Silveira, Marcelo Brandalero, Jeckson Souza, and Antonio Carlos Beck F, The Potential of Accelerating Image-Processing Applications by using Approximate Function Reuse, 2016.