Software quality is of primary importance in the development of embedded systems that are often used in safety-critical applications. Moreover, as the life cycle of embedded products becomes increasingly tighter, productivity and quality are simultaneously required and closely interrelated towards delivering competitive products. In this context, the MODUS (Methodology and supporting toolset advancing embedded systems quality) project aims to provide a pragmatic and viable solution that will allow SMEs to substantially improve their positioning in the embedded-systems development market. This paper will describe the MODUS project with focus on the technical methodologies that will be developed advancing embedded system quality.
Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Software Engineering, Parallel and Distributed Systems (sepads '13), 2013, p. 197-202
Model Verification; HW/SW co-simulation; Automatic code generation; SW optimization
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Recent Advances in Knowledge Engineering and Systems Science
12th Intern ational Conference on Software Engineering, Parallel and Dist ributed Systems (SEPADS 2013)