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Formal Development of a Network-Centric RTOS

Software Engineering for Reliable Embedded Systems

Verhulst, E., Boute, R.T., Faria, J.M.S., Sputh, B.H.C., Mezhuyev, V.

2011, XVII, 219 p.

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  • Uses formal methods to develop Network-centric Real-time Operating Systems
  • Unified Semantics provides a solid base for model driven systems development and can be tuned to an application-specific, concurrent programming paradigm
  • Methods presented enable model-driven, high-reliability, high-performance software & systems engineering
  • Compatible with International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) 61508, the standard governing functional safety of programmable electronic systems.
This book describes a formally developed, network-centric Real-Time Operating System, OpenComRTOS. One of the first in its kind, OpenComRTOS was originally developed to verify the usefulness of formal methods in the context of embedded software engineering.
Using the formal methods described in this book produces results that are more reliable and higher performance. This methodology is unique because it covers the full range of product development, from requirements and specifications to the final execution platform. It is compatible with safety related engineering standards, such as IEC61508.



  • Uses formal methods to develop Network-centric Real-time Operating Systems
  • Unified Semantics provides a solid base for model driven systems development and can be tuned to an application-specific, concurrent programming paradigm
  • Methods presented enable model-driven, high-reliability, high-performance software & systems engineering
  • Compatible with International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) 61508, the standard governing functional safety of programmable electronic systems.









Content Level » Research

Keywords » Architectural Semantics - Concurrent Programming - Embedded Systems - Formal Methods - Industrial Formal Methods - Model Driven Engineering - RTOS - Real-time embedded systems - Real-time operating systems - Software Engineering - Unified Semantics

Related subjects » Circuits & Systems - Information Systems and Applications

Table of contents 

Part I: Trustworthy Embedded Systems.- Introduction: OpenComRTOS Role in a Unified Systems Engineering Methodology.- Requirements and Specifications for the OpenComRTOS Project.- Part II: Formal Modeling Fundamentals.- The Choice of TLA+/TLC: Comparing Formal Methods.- Basic Formal Specification in TLA+.- Part III: OpenComRTOS Design.- Formal Modelling of the RTOS Entities.- Final Architecture of the RTOS.- Task Interaction Models in OpenComRTOS.- Results: Code Size and Performance.- Part IV: Appendix.- OpenComRTOS-Suite 1.3 Usage Tutorial.- Foundations for TLA+ and Temporal Logic.- Comparison of Formal Methods.- List of Figures.- List of Tables.- Glossary.- References.- Index.




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