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Engine management software dynamic architecture versus integration

Abstract : Variability, hard real time, increasing functional complexity (due to emissions and driveability standards), limited hardware (HW) resources : these are some of the – sometimes antagonistic – constraints a modern Engine Management Software (EMS) has to deal with. In addition, to face the price reductions in the automotive electronics industry, an intensive reuse strategy is deployed, based on a platform architecture and a component based development, despite the high functional coupling between those components, characteristic to the engine management area.
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Denis Claraz, Michael Niemetz. Engine management software dynamic architecture versus integration. Embedded Real Time Software and Systems (ERTS2008), Jan 2008, toulouse, France. ⟨insu-02270094⟩

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