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2006-04-03

Using Model-Based Design for Automotive Systems Engineering - Requirements Analysis of the Power Window Example 2006-01-1217

To provide customers with the latest features, new passenger cars can have more than 50 microprocessors. With this increasing electronic complexity, the process by which the requirements are captured, a design evolves and is verified, becomes increasing critical to the overall success of the design. In this paper, the authors demonstrate how using Model-Based Design with a Systems Engineering approach can address some common failure modes that arise during the traditional automotive design process.

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