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Nowadays, A lot of effects are making a change in how the automotive field develops software. Some of these effects include: growing complexity of the embedded software; increasing amount of software in the vehicle; limited resources of development period, manpower, money; and the emergency of software-driven safety-critical systems. However, since all works including the communication about design, data, constraint, performance between supplier and original equipment manufacturer (OEM) are only document-driven, such document-driven development (DDD) process has some intrinsic problems. Obscure specification may generate errors and misunderstandings and so on. In this paper, the model-driven software development process is realized and that for a body control module (BCM) is demonstrated to verify and validate automotive embedded software requirements for solving these problems without any additional cost and equipments.
Computing Technology and Information Management (ICCM), 2012 8th International Conference on (Volume:1 )
Date of Conference: 24-26 April 2012