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42: programmable models of computation for a component-based approach to heterogeneous embedded systems

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42: programmable models of computation for a component-based approach to heterogeneous embedded systems
Every notion of a component for the development of embedded systems has to take heterogeneity into account: components may be hardware or software or OS, synchronous or asynchronous, deterministic or not, detailed w.r.t. time or not, detailed w.r.t. data or not, etc. A lot of approaches, following Ptolemy, propose to define several “Models of Computation and Communication” (MoCCs) to deal with heterogeneity, and a framework in which they can be combined hierarchically. This paper presents the very first design of a component model for embedded systems called 42. We aim at expressing fine-grain timing aspects and several types of concurrency as MoCCs, but we require that all the MoCCs be “programmed” in terms of more imitives. 42 is meant to be an abstract description level, intended to be translated into an existing language (e.g., Lustre) for execution and property validation purposes. Keywords Heterogeneous embedded systems, component-based design, semantics, models-of-co...
Florence Maraninchi, Tayeb Bouhadiba
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where GPCE
Authors Florence Maraninchi, Tayeb Bouhadiba
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