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Using non-preemptive regions and path modification to improve schedulability of real-time traffic over priority-based NoCs

, distributed embedded real-time systems and using control theories in real-time scheduling. Thomas Nolte was awarded a B.Eng., M.Sc., Licentiate, and Ph.D. degree in Computer Engineering from Mälardalen ... Researcher at University of Catania, Italy, in 2005. He has been a Postdoctoral Researcher at University of Catania in 2006, and at MDH in 2006-2007. Thomas Nolte became an Assistant Professor at MDH in 2008

Designing end-to-end resource reservations in predictable distributed embedded systems

include those related to real-time networks for distributed industrial/embedded systems including for teams of mobile robots. Thomas Nolte was awarded a B.Eng., M.Sc., Licentiate, and Ph.D. degree in

Schedulability analysis of Ethernet Audio Video Bridging networks with scheduled traffic support

scheduling. Thomas Nolte was awarded a B.Eng., M.Sc., Licentiate, and Ph.D. degree in Computer Engineering from Mälardalen University (MDH), Västerås, Sweden, in 2001, 2002, 2003, and 2006, respectively. He ... Researcher at University of Catania in 2006, and at MDH in 2006– 2007. Thomas Nolte became an Assistant Professor at MDH in 2008, and Associate Professor at MDH in 2009. 2012 he became Full Professor of

Supporting timing analysis of vehicular embedded systems through the refinement of timing constraints

The collective use of several models and tools at various abstraction levels and phases during the development of vehicular distributed embedded systems poses many challenges. Within this context, this paper targets the challenges that are concerned with the unambiguous refinement of timing requirements, constraints and other timing information among various abstraction levels...

NOD-scid IL2R γnull mice engrafted with human peripheral blood mononuclear cells as a model to test therapeutics targeting human signaling pathways

Maryam Zadeh-Khorasani 0 Thomas Nolte Thomas D Mueller Markos Pechlivanis Franziska Rueff Andreas Wollenberg Gert Fricker Eckhard Wolf Matthias Siebeck 0 Roswitha Gropp 0 0 Department of Surgery