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This paper introduces an abstract high dependability framework for the implementation of embedded control software with hard real-time constraints. The framework specifies time-triggered sensor readings, atomic component invocations, actuator updates, and pattern switches independent of any implementation platform. In order to leverage model continuity, XML-based description of composite component informal description is required, which supports reuse of components and model information interoperability. By separating the platform-independent from the platform-dependent concerns, Consider a quality process control system in steel industry on a distributed real-time embedded environment, we implement a simplified high dependability design framework to prove the feasibility in the validation and synthesis of embedded control component execution.