A process to design and master the global vehicle electronic system architecture

Abstract : This article presents a design method for electronic system architecture - called CAROSSE - that ensures modularity and reactivity and promotes dependability studies and system-level validation. It takes advantage of heterogeneous multi-agent system techniques and modelling techniques in queuing system formalism.
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International Congress on Transportation electronics - CONVERGENCE 2000, 2000, Detroit, Michigan/USA, 8 p, 2000
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Mondher Attia, Olivier Cayrol, Alexis Drogoul, Rémy Foisel, Françoise Simonot-Lion. A process to design and master the global vehicle electronic system architecture. International Congress on Transportation electronics - CONVERGENCE 2000, 2000, Detroit, Michigan/USA, 8 p, 2000. 〈inria-00099139〉

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