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Flexible and efficient reuse of multi-mode components for building multi-mode systems

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The 14th International Conference on Software Reuse


Abstract

Component-Based Software Engineering (CBSE) is by the reuse of software components an effective approach to managing the growing software complexity of embedded systems. Another technique for reducing software complexity is to partition the system behavior into different operational modes, with each mode being associated with a unique behavior. Such a multi-mode system can change behavior by switching between modes under certain circumstances. Integrating CBSE and the multi-mode approach, we have developed the Mode Switch Logic (MSL), a framework dedicated to the development of multi-mode systems composed by reusable multi-mode components, i.e. components which can run in different modes. The mode switch handling of MSL is based on a fully distributed architecture in the sense that a system mode switch is achieved by the joint mode switches of different independently developed components. Algorithms that by inter-component communication guarantee the correctness of the mode switch have been developed. In this paper, we propose a mode transformation technique as a supplement to MSL for converting the distributed mode switch handling of MSL to a centralized mode switch handling. The goal is to enhance the run-time mode switch efficiency when components are deployed on a single hardware platform and global mode information is available. We demonstrate this technique by an example and reveal its potential industrial value.

Bibtex

@inproceedings{Yin3713,
author = {Hang Yin and Hans Hansson},
title = {Flexible and efficient reuse of multi-mode components for building multi-mode systems},
volume = {LNCS 8919},
pages = {237--252},
month = {January},
year = {2015},
booktitle = {The 14th International Conference on Software Reuse},
url = {http://www.es.mdh.se/publications/3713-}
}