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AMoDE-RT: Advancing Model-Driven Engineering for Embedded Real-Time Systems

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  • UserProf. Marco A. Wehrmeister, Federal University of Technology - ParanĂ¡ (UTFPR)
  • ClockThursday 06 August 2015, 16:00-17:00
  • HouseMechanical Engineering G42.

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Host: Leandro Minku

To cope with the increasing design complexity of modern embedded real-time systems, Model-Driven Engineering (MDE) techniques are being proposed and applied within the domain of embedded and real-time systems. Talk discusses AMoDE-RT design approach that combines MDE and concepts of the Aspect-Oriented Software Development (AOSD) to deal with functional and non-functional requirements in a modularized way using higher abstraction levels. This approach covers activities from requirements engineering to the implementation phases, allowing early verification and simulation of system specifications. AMoDE-RT approach is supported by a set of CASE tools. GenERTiCA is a configurable code generation tool that is capable of creating source code for different target platforms (software and hardware components) using the information from the models produced in earlier design phases. Besides generating code for functional requirements handling, GenERTiCA also weaves aspects adaptations, which modify the generated code to provide non-functional requirements handling. The proposed approach has been successfully applied to the development of embedded real-time systems for different real-world applications. Obtained results show an improvement concerning the modularization of system requirements handling, leading to an increased reuse of previously created artifacts.

This talk is part of the Computer Science Departmental Series series.

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