Behavior Modeling Tools in an Architecture-Driven Development Process - From Function Models to AUTOSAR 2007-01-0507
This paper will first introduce and classify the basic principles of architecture-driven software development and will briefly sketch the presumed development process. This background information is then used to explain extensions which enable current behavior modeling and code generation tools to operate as software component generators. The generation of AUTOSAR software components using dSPACE's production code generator TargetLink is described as an example.
Citation: Niggemann, O., Eisemann, U., Beine, M., and Kiffmeier, U., "Behavior Modeling Tools in an Architecture-Driven Development Process - From Function Models to AUTOSAR," SAE Technical Paper 2007-01-0507, 2007, https://doi.org/10.4271/2007-01-0507. Download Citation
Oliver Niggemann, Ulrich Eisemann, Michael Beine, Ulrich Kiffmeier
SAE World Congress & Exhibition
In-Vehicle Software & Hardware Systems, 2007-SP-2126