From statecharts to ESP: programming with events, states and predicates for embedded systems

@inproceedings{Sreedhar2005FromST,
  title={From statecharts to ESP: programming with events, states and predicates for embedded systems},
  author={Vugranam C. Sreedhar and Maria-Cristina V. Marinescu},
  booktitle={EMSOFT},
  year={2005}
}
Statecharts are probably the most popular mechanism for behavior modeling of embedded system components. Modeling a component involves using a mainstream language for features that statecharts cannot express: detailed behavior of conditions and actions, object-orientation and distributed computing features. Debugging is done at the level of the generated native code. Rather than treating statecharts as a separate programming model from the native programming model, we extend a (Java-like… CONTINUE READING

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