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Automatic Optimisation of System Architectures using EAST-ADL


With today's highly complex embedded systems, it is becoming increasingly difficult to find design solutions that meet all functional and non-functional requirements, such as performance, dependability and cost. In addition, there is often not a single optimal solution but a conflict of goals between requirements leads to a set of so-called Pareto optima. Such a multi-objective optimisation has received increasing attention in research and practice over the past few years. This paper presents current research in progress on developing a comprehensive optimisation approach that incorporates a flexible number of ob-jectives together with the corresponding external analyses for evaluating them and uses only a single system model as information repository for all objectives and analyses. This central model is defined using the modelling language EAST-ADL, an architecture description language for the automotive domain.


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hal-00846268 , version 1 (18-07-2013)


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Dejiu Chen, Henrik Lönn, Chokri Mraidha, Yiannis Papadopoulos, Mark-Oliver Reiser, et al.. Automatic Optimisation of System Architectures using EAST-ADL. SAFECOMP 2013 - Workshop ASCoMS ( Architecting Safety in Collaborative Mobile Systems) of the 32nd International Conference on Computer Safety, Reliability and Security -, Sep 2013, Toulouse, France. pp.NA. ⟨hal-00846268⟩
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