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Title:UML/MARTE methodology for high-level system estimation and optimal synthesis
Type:International Conference
Where:MeCoES - Metamodeling and Code Generation for Embedded Systems, ESWeek 2012
Authors: Héctor Posadas
Pablo Peñil
Alejandro Nicolás
Eugenio Villar
R&D Lines: Design and verification of HW/SW embedded systems
Projects: FP7 288307 PHARAON
PDF File:see file
Abstract:Design of embedded systems is facing the challenge of their growing complexity and strict performance requirements. Model-driven design solutions are very common in this context, where the UML/MARTE profile is a well-known solution for real-time, embedded system modeling. During the design process, several specification alternatives can be considered; specifically, the HW/SW platform, concurrent application structure, application allocation into HW/SW platform resources, etc. The exploration of these design alternatives enables a set of performance estimations to be obtained in order to choose the optimal specification, facilitating system implementation and minimizing designer effort. The paper proposes an UML/MARTE methodology the enables automatic estimation of the system to be implemented. Once the optimal system specification has been defined, the proposed UML/MARTE methodology enables the final system to be implemented through an automatic synthesis process.

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