formal framework for modelling component extension and layers in distributed embedded systems

by FoМ€rster, Stefan Dr.-Ing.

Publisher: TUDpress in Dresden

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  • Embedded computer systems -- Design and construction,
  • Electronic data processing -- Distributed processing

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StatementStefan Förster.
SeriesWissenschaftliche Schriftenreihe eingebettete, selbstorganisierende Systeme -- Bd. 3
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LC ClassificationsTK7895.E42 F67 2007
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 223 p. :
Number of Pages223
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Open LibraryOL16634619M
ISBN 109783940046222
LC Control Number2007462554

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formal veri cation, automated code generation, and certi cation. This thesis demonstrates MBD with the Scicos/SynDEx framework on a distributed embedded system. Scicos is a modeling and simulation environment for hybrid systems. SynDEx is a rapid prototyping integrated development environment for distributed systems. Performed examples. • Embedded systems • System-level design • Formal Models of Computation (MoC) – Parallel programming models, threads, dataflow, process networks » Component modeling: QEMU-SpecC/Syst emC integration, bus modeling» Automatic model generation: generate bus TLMs from abs tract protocol descriptions. Embedded control S/WProgram Analysis for Control AutomationVerifying IoT protocols Introduction: IoT Communication Protocols Various protocols are used for communication in an IoTsystem. TCP/IP is a popular protocol used in lower layers. Protocols used in IoT systems posses properties like bandwidth e cient, light-weight and small code foot-print. Generation of All Counter-Examples for Push-Down Systems. International Conference on Formal Techniques for Networked and Distributed Systems (FORTE) R. Sekar, V.N. Venkatakrishnan, Samik Basu, Sandeep Bhatkar and Daniel C. DuVarney Model-Carrying Code: A Practical Approach for Safe Execution of Untrusted Applications.

Distributed embedded systems are difficult to design correctly. Three types of models should be used when designing such systems: analytic models, executable simulations, and prototypes. Each of the three model types have both strengths and weaknesses; using all three greatly increases the likelihood of producing a correct design.

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Get this from a library. A formal framework for modelling component extension and layers in distributed embedded systems. [Stefan Förster;]. In this paper, a formal framework for component-based embedded systems is presented.

Resorting to such a framework, the soundness, congruence and completeness of system structures and behaviors can be derived. The framework involves various MoCs reflecting interacting rules and operational semantics for system behaviors and a formal language specifying definitions, axioms, transition rules.

Abstract: Model-Based Design of Cyber-Physical Energy Systems (CPES) is a challenge from a modeling and simulation point of view. Multi-domain and multi-scale modeling and simulation as well as high simulation performance are required in order to model distributed systems, appliances, embedded systems, electric components, and physical systems of different nature at different Cited by:   The framework COMDES, formally specifies the modeling concepts and constraints for distributed embedded systems (component structures, interaction and hierarchy); it provides a modeling language and a code generation technique using the CodeWorker tool, and the executable code is created by means of the GNU compiler collection (GCC); however Author: J.

FernáNdez-Madrigal, L. Llopis, A. Cruz-MartíN, C. Galindo, J. GonzáLez-JiméNez. Model-based design (Schmidt, ; Schattkowsky & Muller ; Mosterman, ) provides a powerful framework for the design of complex systems using system architecture and component. Resource Modeling for Embedded Systems Design Oleg Sokolsky Universityof Pennsylvania Abstract The paper describes a formal framework for designing and reasoning about resource-constrained embedded sys-tems.

The framework is based on a series of process alge- contains a collection of concurrent components. Compo. ProCom, developed as part of a research project at Mälardalen University, is a two-layered component model for the development of distributed embedded systems.

At the upper layer, called ProSys, it models a system with concurrent subsystems that communicate with each other by means of asynchronous messages. Modern software systems must support a high degree of variability to accommodate a wide range of requirements and operating conditions.

This paper introduces the Abstract Behavioural Specification (ABS) language and tool suite, a comprehensive platform for developing and analysing highly adaptable distributed concurrent software systems. The ABS language has a hybrid. Modal automata are a classic formal model for component-based systems that comes equipped with a rich specification theory supporting abstraction, refinement and compositional reasoning.

Abstract In this paper, we develop distributed design models and framework for collaborative embedded system design. Based on the component-based approach, a unified design-with-modules scheme is proposed to model the embedded system design process and a web-based distributed module modeling and evaluation (WebDMME) framework is developed as a.

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Abstract: Design of distributed embedded systems is a challenging task and it requires raising the level of abstraction to overcome the complexity of the design. In particular, modeling languages and semantic specification are necessary to address network description at high level of.

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It introduces the latest advances, recent extensions of formal techniques, and real-world examples of various applications. The development of any Software (Industrial) Intensive System, e.g.

critical embedded software, requires both different notations, and a strong devel- ment process. Different notations are mandatory because different aspects of the Software System have to be tackled. A strong development process is.

Architecture and Design of Distributed Embedded Systems is organised similar to the workshop. Chapters 1 and 4 (Methodology I and II) deal with different modelling and specification paradigms and the corresponding design methodologies.

Generic system architectures for different classes of embedded systems are presented in Chapter 2. aspects of model-driven embedded systems devel - opment.2 In addition to industry approaches are those representing ongoing research—for exam - ple, formal verification of hybrid systems, 3 model-ing of hybrid systems with UML, 4 or modeling the requirements of hybrid systems.

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Architecture and Design of Distributed Embedded Systems Ifip Wg/Wg/Wg International Workshop on Distributed and Parallel Embedded Systems (Dipes ) October, Schlo Eringerfeld, Germany. The aim of this work is to present a model-driven system-engineering framework addon, which enables the configurations of basic software components and the generation of a runtime environment layer (RTE; interface between application and basic software) for embedded automotive system, consistent with preexisting constraints and system descriptions.

Streams and Relations on streams have emerged as an extremely powerful specification mechanism for distributed and interactive systems [Broy01], suitable for providing the semantic basis for MSCs and its hierarchical extensions.

In this model, we view systems as consisting of a set of components, objects, or processes, and a set of named channels.

The running software processes input data and generates output, depicted by the arrows A and B labelled Input processing and Output processing, CMS, input data includes information gathered from phone calls (e.g., number of vehicles involved, affected area, fire), and information gathered from sensors (e.g., GPS data gathered from workers, vehicles, cameras.

Characterization and Applications of Spatial Variation Models for Silicon Microring-Based Optical Transceivers: Circuit Learning for Logic Regression on High Dimensional Boolean Space: CL(R)Early: An Early-stage DSE Methodology for Cross-layer Reliability-aware Heterogeneous Embedded Systems: 20 Best Book Collaborative Design For Embedded Systems Co analysis by co simulation of formal models that combine discrete event specifications of computer based controllers with continuous time models of the environment with which they interact collaborative design for embedded systems co modelling and co simulation editors view.

The UML language has become a de facto standard for modeling real-time and embedded systems, industrial control and automation, as well as business systems. The contribution on UML also introduces selected applications of the language in control and s: 1.

a procedural model. The information model provides a framework for the developer to model CPS components. Main Problems in Modelling Cyber-Physical Systems. The main challenges in order to develop the next generation of intelligent Cyber-Physical Systems are: High complexity of systems created by interaction of different heterogeneous objects.

SADEA System Approaches to Distributed and Embedded. Posted on by budyd. Distributed and Parallel Embedded Systems Ifip Wg/Wgpendently of the formal models and specifications of the components’ behavior). This is a very appealing approach if we look at the ease of component assembly.

It is, however, rather obvious that we may end up with an implementation that is overly wasteful, espe-cially for embedded systems for which produc-tion cost is very important.Figure 1: High-Level Application Environment based on the EPICS-DDS extension.

EPICS is an open source framework and a rich collection of tools developed collaboratively and used worldwide for building distributed real-time control systems in large-scale scientific projects: accelerators, detector systems, telescopes and others.