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This paper describes and demonstrates an approach that promises to bridge the gap between model-based systems engineering and the safety process of automotive embedded systems. The basis for this is the integration of safety analysis techniques, a method for developing and managing Safety Cases, and a systematic approach to model-based engineering – the(More)
Component based and model based development (CBD vs. MBD), in their various interpretations, are in focus in many efforts in order to better handle the efficient development of increasingly complex embedded systems. We elaborate on what CBD and MBD represent, on their differences and similarities. Although CBD represents a bottom-up approach whereas MBD is(More)
This paper proposes a vehicular control system architecture that supports self-configuration. The architecture is based on dynamic mapping of processes and services to resources to meet the challenges of future demanding use-scenarios in which systems must be flexible to exhibit context-aware behaviour and to permit customization. The architecture comprises(More)
The automotive industry has a growing demand for the seamless integration of safety analysis tools into the model-based development toolchain for embedded systems. This requires translating concepts of the automotive domain to the safety domain. We automate such a translation between the automotive architecture description language EAST-ADL2 and the safety(More)
This paper addresses the gap between models describing system requirements, functions and architecture at a higher level of abstraction (such as SysML models), with respect to software/hardware architecture description (such as the AADL models) as the means to improve the development process or embedded systems. The EAST-ADL and AUTOSAR are the two focused(More)
In this paper, we describe a concept for the automatic allocation of general Safety Integrity Levels (SILs) to subsystems and components of complex hierarchical networked architectures that deliver sets of safety critical functions. The concept is generic and can be adapted to facilitate the safety engineering approach defined in several standards that(More)