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Integration of Scheduling Analysis into UML Based Development Processes Through Model Transformation

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Integration of Scheduling Analysis into UML Based Development Processes Through Model Transformation
The complexity of embedded systems and their safety requirements have risen significantly in recent years. Models and the model based development approach help to keep overview and control of the development. Nevertheless, a support for the analysis of non-functional requirements, e.g. the scheduling, based on development models and consequently the integration of these analysis technologies into a development process exists only sporadically. The problem is that the analysis tools use different metamodels than the development tools. Therefore, a remodeling of the system in the format of the analysis tool or a model transformation is necessary to be able to perform an analysis. Here, we introduce a scheduling analysis view as a part of the development model, which is a MARTE annotated UML model to describe a system from the scheduling behavior point of view. In addition, we present a transformation from this annotated UML model to the scheduling analysis tool SymTA/S and a treatment of...
Matthias Hagner, Ursula Goltz
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where IMCSIT
Authors Matthias Hagner, Ursula Goltz
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