Design Space Exploration for an industrial Lane-Keeping-Support Case Study

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Weber, Raphael and Thaden, Eike and Henkler, Stefan and Höfflinger, Jens and Prochnow, Steffen
Proceedings of DATE Conference - University Booth
We present a design space exploration demonstration applied to an industrial lane-keeping-support case study. We minimize communication, costs, weight, and the number of processing elements also satisfying hard real-time constraints for distributed embedded systems. The input system is modeled in SysML with TADL2 extensions and the SPES modeling framework from the SPES-XT project. The case study is derived from real data from the operational division of Bosch with promising results.
2014
inproceedings
SPES_XT
Software Platform Embedded Systems 2020_XT (sorry - only available in German)