ELC 2006 Presentations
Presenters, Demo-ers, Panelists and Participants: Thanks very much for your participation in CELF's Embedded Linux Conference I really enjoyed the conference, and hope you did as well.
/\ Presenters: Please post your technical conference presentations on this page. (See Instructions below the table)
Here is an article on LinuxDevices with images of the demo posters: http://www.linuxdevices.com/articles/AT8247255296.html
|Tim Bird (Sony)||Keynote: 13 Years of Linux||Media:13-years-of-Linux.pdf|
|Andre Kruetzfeldt, Christophe Guinet||The MPPWG Mobile Phone Telephony API part 2 Introduction to the Mobile Phone API||Media:ELC-Aplix-NEC.pdf|
|Armin Gerritsen||The Video Clip Player Philips Nexperia PNX0106 and Linux based platform||Media:CELF-ELC_VideoClipPlayer.pdf|
|Chang-Sik Cho||Digital Entertainment Center Solution||Media:ELC-presentation-DEC-0412.pdf|
|Denis Kropp||Graphics Subsystem in an Embedded World - Integrating Direct FB into a UHAPI platform||Media:ELC 2006 -GraphicsSubsystemInAnEmbeddedWorld.pdf|
|Ed Plowman||Khronos Media API Update||Media:Khronos-API-CELF-Apr06.pdf|
|Greg Kroah Hartman||Tutorial: Write a real, working Linux driver||Media:celf_2006_tutorial.pdf Media:USB_tutorial_example_code.tar.gz|
|Greg Ungerer||uClinux -- Micro-controller Linux||Media:uclinux.pdf|
|Hyok S. Choi||Non-Paged Memory Management on Mainline ARM Kernel||.|
|Jared Hulbert||Tutorial: Creating optimized XIP systems||Media:CELF-XIP_Linux.pdf|
|John Goodacre||ARM MPCore and Power Management||Media:MPCore_and_Linux_Power.pdf, Media:MPCore_and_Linux_Power.ppt|
|Jordan Crouse||Taking the plunge - the marriage of X86 and embedded Linux||Media:jordan_crouse_celf_2006.pdf|
|Jung-Hyun Yoo||Linux on a Terrestrial DMB TV Receiver||.|
|Kevin D. Kissell||Microthreads as Linux CPUs - SMTC Linux for MIPS MT cores||Media:CELF_SMTC_April_2006_v0.3.pdf|
|Kittur Ganesh||Optimization Techniques for maximizing application performance on Multi-core processors.||Media:Ganesh-CELF.pdf, Media:Ganesh-CELF.ppt|
|Klaas de Waal||Myth TV on Philips Nexperia PNX8550 and Linux based platform||Media:MythTVonNexperia-CELF-05.pdf|
|Liam Girdwood||Enhancing ALSA audio for portable devices.||.|
|Manas Saksena||State of Linux Realtime BOF||.|
|Mark Gross||Power Management Panel||.|
|Mathew Locke||CE Linux Forum Open Test Lab||.|
|Mathieu Desnoyers||Low disturbance embedded system tracing with Linux Trace Toolkit Next Generation.||Media:celf2006-desnoyers.pdf|
|Matt Mackall||Kernel Size Issues||.|
|Matthew Klahn||Visualizing resource usage during initialization of embedded systems||Media:VisualizingResUsageDuringBoot.pdf|
|Min-Seok Jang||Research on Linux 2.6 Kernel Features for CE products||.|
|Munehiro Ikeda||Examining Linux Kernel Size||Media:size_exam_celf_elc2006.pdf|
|Prof. Nicholas Mc Guire||Boot-Time Optimization - results of applying currently available solutions||Media:boot_opt.pdf|
|Rob Landley||What's new with Busy Box||.|
|Ruud Derwig||Audio Video Graphics Version 2.0 Specification||Media:CELF_AVG_Specification_v2_20060411.pdf (Media:CELF_AVG_Specification_v2_20060411.ppt)|
|Scott Preece||The MPPWG Mobile Phone Telephony API part 1 Developing the API||Media:MppApiSession1.pdf|
|Shinichi Ochiai||Experience with realtime performance of the current Linux technologies||Media:ExperienceWithRealtimePerformance.pdf|
|Steve Johnson||Trusted Bootloader||Media:Trusted_Boot_Loader.pdf|
|Takanari Hayama||Analysis of User Level Device Driver usability in embedded application Technique to achieve good real-time performance||Media:uldd060411celfelc2006.pdf|
|Thomas Gleixner||A Case Study of transitioning a project from RTAI to RT-Preempt||.|
|Todd Poynor||Topics in Embedded Power Management||Media:pm-celf-summit-2006.pdf|
|Tohru Nojiri||Kprobes implementation for Embedded System||.|
Instructions for Presenters
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