Towards an Architectural Design Framework for Automotive Systems Development

@inproceedings{Gngora2012TowardsAA,
  title={Towards an Architectural Design Framework for Automotive Systems Development},
  author={Hugo Guillermo Chal{\'e} G{\'o}ngora and Thierry Gaudr{\'e} and Sara Tucci Piergiovanni},
  booktitle={CSDM},
  year={2012}
}
This paper discusses the concepts of Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) and of Architecture Frameworks (AF) and presents some preliminary results of current initiatives at Renault on these subjects. We advocate the adoption of a MBSE approach, i.e., the application of modeling to support a SE methodology covering the SE design process and activities and supporting the methods that are needed to carry out these activities. This results in the definition of an architectural design framework… 
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