The project Component Technology for Heavy Vehicles (HEAVE) is a three year project where MdH will cooperate with Volvo Construction Equipment (Eskilstuna) and CC-Systems (Uppsala/VÃ¤sterÃ¥s) in order to enable the use of modern Component Based Software Engineering (CBSE) techniques within the industrial segment of heavy vehicles. The project leader, Mikael SjÃ¶din, will together with industrial PhD-students from Volvo and CC-Systems investigate the current practises and needs with respect to CBSE within the industrial segment. The next step will be to identify a suitable existing CBSE technique and if necessary propose modifications or additions to that technique. A demonstrator project using the (possibly modified) CBSE technique will be used to asses the usefulness of the technique.In HEAVE we will not only consider technical merits of any proposed CBSE technique. We will also consider how well the technique can be integrated into the development process and the possibility to gradually migrate into the proposed technique.
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Industrial Grading of Quality Requirements for Automotive Software Component Technologies (Dec 2005) Anders Möller, Mikael Åkerholm, Joakim Fröberg, Mikael Sjödin Embedded Real-Time Systems Implementation Workshop in conjunction with the 26th IEEE International Real-Time Systems Symposium
Component-Based Context-Dependent Hybrid Property Prediction (Sep 2005) Anders Möller, Ian Peake , Mikael Sjödin, Johan Fredriksson, Heinz Schmidt ERCIM - Workshop on Dependable Software Intensive Embedded systems
Monitoring and Stochastic Analysis of Component-Based Control-Systems (Aug 2005) Anders Möller, Mikael Sjödin, Ian Peake , Heinz Schmidt Real-Time in Sweden - the 8th biennial SNART conference on real-time systems
Probabilistic Analysis and Predictions of Component-Based Real-Time Systems (Jul 2005) Anders Möller, Mikael Sjödin, Ian Peake , Heinz Schmidt WiP Session of the 17th Euromicro Conference on Real-Time Systems