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2006 : Applying Model-Integrated Computing on Time-Triggered Application Development

Author(s)
Christian Paukovits
Abstract
Designing and implementing a distributed embedded real-time system is a challenging task. A possible approach to cope with the complexity is to employ tools in the design and implementation process, that relieve the designer from lower level issues like matching system parameters and determining communication message schedules.
This thesis presents a variation of the model-based tool suite Generic Modeling Environment (GME) for the time-triggered real-time communication system TTP/A.
The tool builds on the Generic Modeling Environment (GME) an integrated modelling tool that supports a meta-level design technology. Due to the generic nature of the tool suite, the work presented in this thesis also applies, in general, to other real-time communication systems with minor modifications. Besides this, this work presents a comprehensive definition of the conceptual model of TTP/A applications, which makes up the major theoretical part.
Bibtex
@mastersthesis{ paukovits:2006,
  author =      "Christian Paukovits",
  title =       "Applying Model-Integrated Computing on Time-Triggered Application Development",
  address =     "Treitlstr. 3/3/182-1, 1040 Vienna, Austria",
  school =      "Technische Universit{\"a}t Wien, Institut f{\"u}r Technische Informatik",
  year =        "2006"
}
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