Architecture of Computing Systems – ARCS 2018
The 31st International Conference on Computer Architecture (ARCS 2018) was hosted at the Technische Universität Braunschweig, Braunschweig, Germany, April 9–12, 2018. It was organized by the special interest group on “Architecture of Computing Systems” of the GI (Gesellschaft für Informatik e. V.) and ITG (Informationstechnische Gesellschaft im VDE).
With a tradition of 31 annual editions, ARCS has always been a conference attracting leading-edge research outcomes in computer architecture and operating systems, including a wide spectrum of topics ranging from embedded and real-time systems all the way to large-scale and parallel systems. ARCS provides a holistic view of computer architecture as it covers both hardware design aspects as well as a wide range of software techniques required to exploit and build new hardware systems efficiently. ARCS is also a platform covering new emerging and cross-cutting topics, such as autonomous and ubiquitous systems, reconfigurable computing and acceleration, neural networks, and AI as well as outlooks on future topics like post-Moore architectures and organic computing. The focus of ARCS 2018 was on architectures for robotics, autonomous vehicles, and automation systems. With this, ARCS is reflecting the large interest in intelligent systems that are currently emerging and that have disruptive character across the entire research and industry landscape. ARCS 2018 attracted 53 submissions from authors in 17 countries. With 14 authors, India had more authors submitting papers than the UK (13), China (12), Japan (9), and France (9). Each paper was reviewed by a diverse and dedicated Program Committee providing a total of 199 reviews. The Program Committee selected 23 submissions to be presented at ARCS and published in the proceedings, which corresponds to a 43% paper acceptance rate. The accepted papers were presented in eight sessions: Embedded Systems (3 papers), Multicore Systems (2 papers), Analysis and Optimization (2 papers), On-Chip and Off-Chip Networks (4 papers), Memory Models and Systems (4 papers), Energy Efficient Systems (3 papers), Partial Reconfiguration (3 papers) as well as a session on Large Scale Computing (2 papers). The word “cloud” in the beginning of the preface was compiled from all the paper titles of the ARCS 2018 proceedings. ARCS has a long tradition of hosting associated workshops. The following five workshops were held in conjunction with the main conference this year:
– VERFE: 14th Workshop on Dependability and Fault Tolerance
– PASA: 13th Workshop on Parallel Systems and Algorithms
– FORMUS3IC: Third FORMUS3IC Workshop
– SAOS: 6th International Workshop on Self-Optimization in Autonomic and Organic Computing Systems
– CompSpace: Second Workshop on Computer Architectures in Space
We thank the many individuals who contributed to the success of ARCS 2018, in particular the members of the Program Committee and all the additional external reviewers for their time and effort in carefully reviewing and judging the submissions. We further thank all authors for submitting their work to ARCS and presenting accepted papers. The workshops were organized and coordinated by Carsten Trinitis, the proceedings were compiled by Thilo Pionteck, and Gerald Krell, the website was maintained by Markus Hoffmann. Thanks to all these individuals and all the many other people who helped in the organization of ARCS 2018.
April 2018 Mladen Berekovic
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