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Model-driven Engineering Metrics for Real Time Systems

Abstract : As with other software development processes, model-driven engineering of real time software systems include quality assurance and measurement. Model-driven engineering (MDE) supports the development of real-time software systems by means of a set of languages, processes, methods and tools. To measure the models, a dedicated measurement software has to be developed, which is costly. In this paper, we propose a framework to concisely define and automatically implement an open-ended family of metrics for real-time software systems. The overall contribution of this approach is to give an instant, reliable and low cost implementation of model metrics seamlessly integrated into modeling tools
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Martin Monperrus, Jean-Marc Jézéquel, Joël Champeau, Brigitte Hoeltzener. Model-driven Engineering Metrics for Real Time Systems. 4th European Congress ERTS Embedded Real-Time Software, 2008, Toulouse, France, France. ⟨inria-00456482⟩



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