A methodology for modeling usage behavior of multi-functional systems

  title={A methodology for modeling usage behavior of multi-functional systems},
  author={Sabine Rittmann},
Today we face a trend toward more and more complex systems. The complexity does not only arise because of distributed or heterogeneous hardware solutions. So called multi-functional systems which are characterized by a high degree of dependencies between functional units are also a major challenge. Often, the complex interactions between pieces of functionality (often referred to as feature interaction) are not understood and cause inconsistencies and unwanted behavior. In order to handle this… CONTINUE READING


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