CESAR - Cost-efficient Methods and Processes for Safety-relevant Embedded Systems
Rajan, Ajitha, Wahl, Thomas (Eds.)
2013, XIV, 391 p. 148 illus.
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Provides insight to an improved engineering and safety process life-cycle of the development of safety critical systems
Describes industry relevant evaluated processes and methods especially designed for the embedded systems sector
New concept of engineering tools integration platform to improve the development of safety critical embedded systems
The book summarizes the findings and contributions of the European ARTEMIS project, CESAR, for improving and enabling interoperability of methods, tools, and processes to meet the demands in embedded systems development across four domains - avionics, automotive, automation, and rail. The contributions give insight to an improved engineering and safety process life-cycle for the development of safety critical systems. They present new concept of engineering tools integration platform to improve the development of safety critical embedded systems and illustrate capacity of this framework for end-user instantiation to specific domain needs and processes. They also advance state-of-the-art in component-based development as well as component and system validation and verification, with tool support. And finally they describe industry relevant evaluated processes and methods especially designed for the embedded systems sector as well as easy adoptable common interoperability principles for software tool integration.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »ARTEMIS - CESAR - Component based Development - Embedded Systems - Tool Integration and Interoperability - Validation and Verification