Stefan Lukesch

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Summary form only given. The growing demand for computing power in automotive applications can only be satisfied by embedded multi-core processors. Significant parts of such applications include OEM-owned legacy software, which has been developed for single-core platforms. While the OEM is faced with the issues of parallelizing the software and specifying(More)
Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP) and Aspect Oriented Modeling (AOM) have been proposed as development methodologies when dealing with non-functional requirements for embedded systems, which usually represent cross-cutting concerns in relation to a "functional" application. In this paper, based on the observation that non-functional aspects need to be(More)
The Logical Execution Time (LET) programming model has been recently employed as a parallel programming paradigm for multi-core platforms, in particular for porting large single-core applications to multi-core versions, which is a serious challenge faced in major industries, such as the automotive one. In this paper, we consider a transformation process(More)
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