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Domain-Specific Languages for the Definition of Automotive System Requirements

Abstract : Over the last decades, the complexity of modern cars and the included hardware and software has vastly increased. To maintain a constant development and release cycle for car manufacturers, more sophisticated development methods are required. The fields of requirements engineering and test management have high optimization potential. In order to improve the transitions between the different development stages, the combination of a controlled natural language and a domain-specific language can be used, which is drafted in this paper. It enables the user to specify requirements textually with automotive vocabulary and generate artifacts such as functional models.
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Florian Bock, Reinhard German, Sebastian Siegl. Domain-Specific Languages for the Definition of Automotive System Requirements. Workshop CARS 2016 - Critical Automotive applications : Robustness & Safety, Sep 2016, Göteborg, Sweden. ⟨hal-01375453⟩

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