A Top-Down Methodology for the Development of Automotive Software

Feilkas, M, Fleischmann, A, Holzl, F, Pfaller, C, Rittmann, S, Scheidemann, K, Spichkova, M and Trachtenherz, D 2009, A Top-Down Methodology for the Development of Automotive Software, TU München, Munich


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Title of report A Top-Down Methodology for the Development of Automotive Software
Author(s) Feilkas, M
Fleischmann, A
Holzl, F
Pfaller, C
Rittmann, S
Scheidemann, K
Spichkova, M
Trachtenherz, D
Year of publication 2009
Publisher TU München
Place of publication Munich
Subjects Software Engineering
Abstract/Summary This report summarizes the main results of the project DENTUM between DENSO CORPORATION and the chair for Software & Systems Engineering at Technische Universität München. The goal of this project was to define a methodology for the model-based development of automotive systems. This methodology was evaluated by developing an Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) system with Pre-Crash Safety (PCS)functionality. This document explains the methodology to teach the reader the details of the work that has been done. The specifications of the ACC case study were developed at the chair for Software & Systems Engineering at Technische Universität München, the starting point for the case study was a requirement specification from DENSO CORPORATION.
Commissioning body TU München
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