Matthias Regensburger

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Model-based development has become state of the art in software engineering. A number of tools, like Mat-lab/Simulink or SCADE, are available for the automatic generation of application code on basis of models. Unfortunately, system aspects like process management, communication or fault-tolerance mechanisms are not covered by these tools. One main reason(More)
Model-based development has become state of the art in software engineering. Unfortunately, the used code generators often focus on the pure application functionality. Features like automatic generation of fault-tolerance mechanisms are not covered. One main reason is the inadequacy of the used models. An adequate model must have amongst others explicit(More)
Most of the existing model-based development tools focus on the pure application functionality. Non-functional features like the automatic generation of fault-tolerance mechanisms are not covered. One main reason is the inadequacy of the models being used. In addition, the code generator must be extendible to cope with the huge heterogeneity of(More)
Model-based development is state of the art in software engineering, due to its potential regarding automatic code synthesis. Nevertheless for embedded systems, where there exists a huge heterogeneity of used platforms, it is obvious that it is impossible to design a code generator that supports a priori all required platforms. Instead a code generator(More)
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