New research at the “Workshop for Network Calculus” in Lausanne (Switzerland)

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As the Chair of Computer Networks and Communication Systems, several of our colleagues are working on the mathematical framework Network Calculus. Two of our staff members have now presented their current results at the bi-annual international Workshop for Network Calculus 2022 (WoNeCa22), thus contributing to the development in this research area.

Both presentations were recorded (video) and can be accessed here:

Lisa Maile: Application of Network Calculus for Reliable and Predictable Behavior of IEEE 802.1CB Frame Replication and Elimination in Time-Sensitive Networks

Christoph Funda: An industrial case study for performance evaluation of hardware-in-the-loop simulators with a combination of network calculus and discrete-event simulation