Corpus ID: 45860513

Development Guidelines for Vehicle Based Software

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The MISRA C Coding Standard and its Role in the Development and Analysis of Safety- and Security-Critical Embedded Software
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  • P. Koopman
  • Engineering, Computer Science
  • SAFECOMP
  • 2018
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There is a wide gulf between some observed automotive practices and established principles for safety critical system engineering, and deployment of highly autonomous vehicles in a non-regulatory environment threatens to undermine safety engineering rigor. Expand
Survey of Modelling Formalisms for MISRA-C:1998 Software Architecture Modelling
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The most relevant standards that have been used in the automotive industry, namely for software development, stressing the development and safety lifecycle are described and some of the main challenges it poses to this industry are addressed. Expand
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