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The challenge of architecting complex embedded systems
Swedish industry has a tradition in being excellent in developing large complex embedded systems with high reliability and availability requirements, such as telecom systems, automation systems, aeroplanes, and vehicles.These systems become increasingly complex, while at the same time the global competition becomes tougher and tougher. To remain competitive we must both understand where the complexity origins and how to handle it efficiently.In this seminar these issues will be addressed by providing talks from two world leading researchers, Kurt Wallnau Software Engineering Institute, CMU, USA and Jeff Voas, Cigital, USA. They will both address design and verification issues when developing complex systems. Further, a talk addressing complexity issues in system development will be given by Jakob Axelsson from Volvo Cars.For more info see