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Component Behavior Synthesis for Critical Systems,

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Component Behavior Synthesis for Critical Systems,
Abstract. Component-based architectures are widely used in embedded systems. For managing complexity and improving quality separation of concerns is one of the most important principles. For one component, separation of concerns is realized by defining the overall component functionality by separated protocol behaviors. One of the main challenges of applying separation of concerns is the later automatic composition of the separated, maybe interdependent concerns which is not supported by current component-based approaches. Moreover, the complexity of real-time distributed embedded systems requires to consider safety requirements for the composition of the separated concerns. We present an approach which addresses these problems by a well-defined automatic composition of protocol behaviors with respect to interdependent concerns. The composition is performed by taking a proper refinement relation into account so that analysis results of the separated concerns are preserved which is e...
Tobias Eckardt, Stefan Henkler
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Type Conference
Year 2010
Where ISARCS
Authors Tobias Eckardt, Stefan Henkler
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