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TitleSimulation and targeting using OORT
Author(s)Lopes, Sérgio F.
Monteiro, João L.
KeywordsDistributed systems specification
Software engineering
Discrete-event systems control
Issue dateJun-2001
PublisherUniversity of Zielona Góra
CitationINTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON DISCRETE-EVENT SYSTEMS DESIGN, Zielona Gora, 2001 - "DESD'es01- International Workshop on Discrete-Event System Design : Proceedings". Zielona Gora, Technical University, 2001. ISBN 83-85911-62-6. p. 93-101.
Abstract(s)The development of embedded systems requires both tools and methods which help the designer to deal with the higher complexity and tougher constrains due to the different hardware support, the often distributed topology and time requirements. Moreover, the last steps of each version of the design, namely, simulation and targeting, should be made easier and faster to execute, in order to facilitate the correction of problems and the issue of a new more correct version, thus increasing the frequency of an iterative engineering process. This has a major impact on the overall costs and final product quality, and therefore the use of a CASE tool that supports the chosen methodology becomes an obvious advantage. 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. This paper describes briefly the method and presents our experience in the simulation and targeting of developed system, namely the difficulties we had and the success we have achieved.
TypeConference paper
AccessOpen access
Appears in Collections:CAlg - Artigos em livros de atas/Papers in proceedings
DEI - Artigos em atas de congressos internacionais

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