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Automotive system development using reference architectures

K. Lind ; Rogardt Heldal (Institutionen för data- och informationsteknik, Software Engineering (Chalmers))
Proceedings of the 2012 IEEE 35th Software Engineering Workshop, SEW 2012, Heraklion, Greece, 12-13 October 2012 (1550-6215). p. 42-51. (2012)
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The E/E (Electrical/Electronic) Architecture is the key enabler for new innovative user functions in the automotive domain. The E/E Architecture needs to manage the complexity of the E/E System in a cost-efficient manner. This is a fact for all domains developing mass-produced distributed systems containing embedded software. However, many companies in these domains are missing a clear description of the development process for E/E Architectures. In addition, the relation between development of E/E Architectures and the development of E/E Systems is not clear. This paper proposes a development process for E/E Architectures in the automotive domain. Furthermore, it shows the relation between development of E/E Architectures and development of E/E Systems. The development process is based on post mortem analysis of E/E System development projects conducted at an automotive company during the period 1998-2009, and it was validated in an E/E Architecture development project conducted during the period 2010-2011. The contribution of this paper is a detailed E/E System development process describing how to create and maintain an E/E Architecture and how to refine this into a Product-specific Architecture in Product development projects. Furthermore, the paper reports on experiences from working with RA development both as a small stand-alone company with few different products, and as part of a large global company with several different products.

Nyckelord: Automotive, Embedded systems, Real-time systems, Software architecture, System architecture



Denna post skapades 2013-04-25. Senast ändrad 2015-03-02.
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