SynthSoft - Synthesizing Predictable Software for Distributed Embedded Systems

Status:

active

Start date:

2013-05-01

End date:

2018-04-30

In this project we will bridge the sematic gap between (a) academic and industrial methods for timing modeling and analysis, and (b) industrial practices for model-based software development. We will do this by providing: (1) novel techniques for synthesis of predictable code from behavior- and component-models, (2) integration of timing-requirements modeling and timing-analysis tools in the design workflow. In this project, we target specifically the domain of distributed embedded real-time control systems, as represented by, e.g., automotive, aerospace and automation industries. A special focus will be on the automotive sector; a sector which is scientifically interesting due to the major improvement w.r.t. state-of-practice in software development over the last decade (including large-scale industrial adoption of techniques like component-based software engineering and model-based development) Concretely, this project will investigate how research oriented and/or standardized component models intended for the automotive domain (e.g. EAST-ADL, AUTOSAR) can be used together with component models actually used in industry today (Matlab/Simulink, Rubus Component Model) to provide both a functional description of the system as well as providing an analyzable and a resource efficient model of the run-time system, and how we can generate predictable and efficient code from these models.

PartnerType
Arcticus Systems AB Industrial

Mikael Sjödin, Professor,Research Leader

Email: mikael.sjodin@mdh.se
Room: U3-072
Phone: +46 70 288 2829