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Today’s Challenges and Potential Solutions for the Engineering of Collaborative Embedded Systems

  title={Today’s Challenges and Potential Solutions for the Engineering of Collaborative Embedded Systems},
  author={M. Daun and Andrea Salmon and B. Tenbergen and T. Weyer},
  • M. Daun, Andrea Salmon, +1 author T. Weyer
  • Published 2015
  • Traditionally, embedded systems were characterized as reactive systems, whose functionality was determined by the execution of particular control circuits. Today’s embedded systems are equipped with powerful communication abilities to form collaborative networks of embedded systems dynamically during runtime in order to fulfill an overall purpose. Due to this changing nature of embedded systems, well-established engineering approaches are no longer sufficient to guarantee a successful… CONTINUE READING
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