USE OF MODELLING METHODS AND TOOLS IN AN INDUSTRIAL EMBEDDED SYSTEM PROJECT: WORKS AND FEEDBACK

Abstract : In a context where critical embedded systems are more and more difficult to design while ensuring high safety requirements and a non-ambiguous specification, Model Driven Engineering offers opportunities to address such challenges and to share information efficiently in a project. This paper presents the use of such an approach in an industrial software project concerning an embedded system for aeronautics. We describe the language used to model the software, a subset of UML/SysML allowing the representation of synchronous concepts and we focus on the functionalities used for the project in the TOPCASED framework, to derive substantial benefits from the modelling. We also present feedback from the project teams about the use of this approach in this kind of project.
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Anthony Fernandes Pires, Stéphane Duprat, Tristan Faure, Cédrik Besseyre, Jack Beringuier, et al.. USE OF MODELLING METHODS AND TOOLS IN AN INDUSTRIAL EMBEDDED SYSTEM PROJECT: WORKS AND FEEDBACK. Embedded Real Time Software and Systems (ERTS2012), Feb 2012, Toulouse, France. ⟨hal-02263442⟩

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