Modularity analysis of automotive control software

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Dajsuren, Y. ; Brand, van den, M.G.J. ; Serebrenik, A. (2013)
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    acm: ComputerApplications_COMPUTERSINOTHERSYSTEMS | ComputerSystemsOrganization_SPECIAL-PURPOSEANDAPPLICATION-BASEDSYSTEMS

A design language and tool like MATLAB/Simulink is used for the graphical modelling and simulation of automotive control software. As the functionality based on electronics and software systems increases in motor vehicles, it is becoming increasingly important for system/software architects and control engineers in the automotive industry to ensure the quality of the highly complex MATLAB/Simulink control software. For automotive software, modularity is recognized as being a crucial quality attribute; therefore at Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands we have been carrying out industrial case studies on defining and validating the modularity of Simulink models.
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    [3] Y. Dajsuren, M. G. J. van den Brand, A. Serebrenik, and R. Huisman: “Automotive ADLs: a study on enforcing consistency through multiple architectural levels”, in proc. of Quality of Software Architectures (QoSA), pp. 71-80. ACM, 2012.

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