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Dynamic Mapping of Runtime Information Models for Debugging Embedded Software

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2 Author(s)
P. Graf ; University of Karlsruhe, Germany ; K. D. Muller-Glaser

Model based development based on different domain specific tools and graphical notations gains increasing importance in system design of embedded electronic systems allowing fast concept-oriented prototyping from model to code. This paper describes an extension to our seamless model based development approach: An architecture for debugging models that are executed on target systems or in dedicated rapid-prototyping environments. We discuss the advantages of such an approach as opposed to simulation and describe our universal architecture. We focus on the definition of MOF-based runtime models and their synchronisation with the runtime target state. An example of debugging state-charts shows the feasibility of the approach

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Seventeenth IEEE International Workshop on Rapid System Prototyping (RSP'06)

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14-16 June 2006