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|Title:||Development of embedded systems using OORT : a case study|
|Author(s):||Lopes, Sérgio F.|
Silva, Carlos A.
Monteiro, João L.
|Keywords:||Embedded systems specification|
Discrete-event systems Control
|Citation:||ADAMSKI, Marian Andrzej ; KARATKEVICH, Andrei ; WEGRZYN, Marek, ed. lit. - “Design of Embedded Control Systems”. New York. Springer, 2005. ISBN:0-387-23630-9. chapter. 5, p. 207-219.|
|Abstract(s):||The development of embedded systems requires both tools and methods which help the designer to deal with the higher complexity and tougher constraints due to the different hardware support, the often distributed topology and time requirements. Proper tools and methods have a major impact on the overall costs and final product quality. We have applied the Object-Oriented Real-Time Techniques (OORT) method, which is oriented towards the specification of distributed real-time systems, to the implementation of the Multiple Lift System (MLS) case study. The method is based on the UML, SDL and MSC languages and it is supported by the ObjectGEODE toolset. This paper summarizes the method and presents our experience in the MLS system development, namely the difficulties we had and the success we have achieved.|
|Publisher version:||The original publication is available at www.springerlink.com: http://www.springerlink.com/content/r7j3526115557268/|
|Access:||Restricted access (UMinho)|
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