The TASTE Toolset: turning human designed heterogeneous systems into computer built homogeneous software

Abstract : The TASTE tool-set results from spin-off studies of the ASSERT project, which started in 2004 with the objective to propose innovative and pragmatic solutions to develop real-time software. One of the primary targets was satellite flight software, but it appeared quickly that their characteristics were shared among various embedded systems. The solutions that we developed now comprise a process and several tools ; the development process is based on the idea that real-time, embedded systems are heterogeneous by nature and that a unique UML-like language was not helping neither their construction, nor their validation. Rather than inventing yet another "ultimate" language, TASTE makes the link between existing and mature technologies such as Simulink, SDL, ASN.1, C, Ada, and generates complete, homogeneous software-based systems that one can straightforwardly download and execute on a physical target. Our current prototype is moving toward a marketed product, and sequel studies are already in place to support, among others, FPGA systems.
Keywords : TASTE ASN1 AADL SDL
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A. Perrotin, E Conquet, P Dissaux, T Tsiodras, J Hugues. The TASTE Toolset: turning human designed heterogeneous systems into computer built homogeneous software. ERTS2 2010, Embedded Real Time Software & Systems, May 2010, Toulouse, France. ⟨hal-02264382⟩

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