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Co-simulation of adaptive automotive embedded systems

Presentation held at IEEE / IFIP International Conference on Embedded and Ubiquitous Computing (EUC), 11.-13.12.2010, Hong Kong
: Zeller, M.; Weiß, G.; Eilers, D.; Knorr, R.

2010, 18 Folien
International Conference on Embedded and Ubiquitous Computing (EUC) <2010, Hong Kong>
Fraunhofer ESK ()
Co-Simulation; virtual prototyping; self-adaption; automotive

The complexity of modern vehicular embedded systems is constantly rising. In addition, distributed embedded systems like automobiles often implement safety-relevant applications which have a high demands on safety and reliability. This poses a great challenge for the design of these systems. Self-adaptation may overcome these challenges and enhance the flexibility and robustness of automotive embedded systems. To design such systems in an efficient way, an adaptive system has to be verified and validated even in early stages of the development process. Co-simulation enables such an approach. In this paper, we outline a concept for iterative virtual prototyping of the entire automotive in-vehicle network including hardware components, software functions and interconnection networks. Furthermore, we present an approach to simulate self-adaptive behavior of the automotive embedded system.