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Model-Based Engineering of Embedded Systems

The SPES 2020 Methodology

by Klaus Pohl

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Published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg, Imprint: Springer in Berlin, Heidelberg .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medical records,
  • Software engineering,
  • Design and construction,
  • Automobiles,
  • Engineering,
  • Astronautics,
  • Computer science,
  • Data processing,
  • Motor vehicles,
  • Special Purpose and Application-Based Systems,
  • Medical informatics,
  • Aerospace Technology and Astronautics

  • About the Edition

    Embedded systems have long become essential in application areas in which human control is impossible or infeasible. The development of modern embedded systems is becoming increasingly difficult and challenging because of their overall system complexity, their tighter and cross-functional integration, the increasing requirements concerning safety and real-time behavior, and the need to reduce development and operation costs.

    This book provides a comprehensive overview of the Software Platform Embedded Systems (SPES) modeling framework and demonstrates its applicability in embedded system development in various industry domains such as automation, automotive, avionics, energy, and healthcare. In SPES 2020, twenty-one partners from academia and industry have joined forces in order to develop and evaluate in different industrial domains a modeling framework that reflects the current state of the art in embedded systems engineering.

    The content of this book is structured in four parts. Part I “Starting Point” discusses the status quo of embedded systems development and model-based engineering, and summarizes the key requirements faced when developing embedded systems in different application domains. Part II “The SPES Modeling Framework” describes the SPES modeling framework. Part III “Application and Evaluation of the SPES Modeling Framework” reports on the validation steps taken to ensure that the framework met the requirements discussed in Part I. Finally, Part IV “Impact of the SPES Modeling Framework” summarizes the results achieved and provides an outlook on future work.

    The book is mainly aimed at professionals and practitioners who deal with the development of embedded systems on a daily basis. Researchers in academia and industry may use it as a compendium for the requirements and state-of-the-art solution concepts for embedded systems development.

    Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Klaus Pohl, Harald Hönninger, Reinhold Achatz, Manfred Broy
    ContributionsHönninger, Harald, Achatz, Reinhold, Broy, Manfred, SpringerLink (Online service)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA76.758
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] :
    PaginationXII, 301 p. 78 illus.
    Number of Pages301
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27075316M
    ISBN 109783642346149

    Model-based systems engineering (MBSE) is a systems engineering methodology that focuses on creating and exploiting domain models as the primary means of information exchange between engineers, rather than on document-based information exchange. Model-Based Design is transforming the way engineers and scientists work by moving design tasks from the lab and field to the desktop. When software and hardware implementation requirements are included, such as fixed-point and timing behavior, you can automatically generate code for embedded deployment and create test benches for system verification, saving time and avoiding the introduction.

    Model-Based Engineering of Embedded Systems in different industrial domains a modeling framework that reflects the current state of the art in embedded systems engineering. The content of this book is structured in four parts. Part I "Starting Point" discusses the status quo of embedded systems development and model-based engineering, and. An embedded system is a computer system—a combination of a computer processor, computer memory, and input/output peripheral devices—that has a dedicated function within a larger mechanical or electrical system. It is embedded as part of a complete device often including electrical or electronic hardware and mechanical parts. Because an embedded system typically controls physical operations.

    This book describes model-based development of adaptive embedded systems, which enable improved functionality using the same resources. The techniques presented facilitate design from a higher level of abstraction, focusing on the problem domain rather than on the solution domain, thereby increasing development efficiency. What the experts have to say about Model-Based Testing for Embedded Systems: "This book is exactly what is needed at the exact right time in this fast-growing area. From its beginnings over 10 years ago of deriving tests from UML statecharts, model-based testing has matured into a topic with both breadth and depth.


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