Vladimir Rupanov

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—As current studies show, in the last couple of years software functionality of modern cars has increased dramatically. This growth will gradually increase the system complexity, because the new functionality is more and more interconnected. To cope with this process, it is necessary to change the current electrics and electronics (E/E) architecture. An(More)
Over the past few years semi-autonomous driving function-ality was introduced in the automotive market, and this trend continues towards fully autonomous cars. While in autonomous vehicles data from various types of sensors realize the new highly safety critical autonomous functionality, the already complex system architecture faces the challenge of(More)
ISO 26262 addresses development of safe in-vehicle functions by specifying methods potentially used in the design and development lifecycle. It does not indicate what is sufficient and leaves room for interpretation. However, the architects of electric/electronic systems need design boundaries to make decisions during architecture evolution without adding a(More)
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