Customization principles of an aeronautics SLM environment and an illustration on aeronautics use cases: the doors management system and the flight control system

Abstract : Having efficient means to build an appropriate system engineering framework is a differentiating factor for the competitiveness of the European aeronautics industry. We present in this paper an approach and a set of concepts enabling the construction and customization of a system engineering environment. These customization principles, set up in the frame of the CESAR project, are driven by a multi-view model-based system development process and by a system data description. The flexibility and the benefits of this approach are demonstrated on two industrial cases: the doors management system and the flight control system.
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Odile Laurent, Ivo Viglietti, Fabien Paganelli, Stéphane Bonnet, Gérard Cristau, et al.. Customization principles of an aeronautics SLM environment and an illustration on aeronautics use cases: the doors management system and the flight control system. Embedded Real Time Software and Systems (ERTS2012), Feb 2012, Toulouse, France. ⟨hal-02263422⟩

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