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A Unified Benchmarking Process for Components in Automotive Embedded Systems Software

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4 Author(s)
Wolfgang Forster ; Vienna University of Technology, Austria ; Christof Kutschera ; Dietmar Schreiner ; Karl M. Goschka

During the last years, component based software development has become a well accepted software engineering paradigm within the automotive industry. This fact is not only reflected by upcoming development tools but also by newly arising automotive software standards. In component based software engineering, applications are built by assembling small reusable building blocks, the components. Typically more than one component implementation meets the application developer's requirements, so proper selection of the assembled components becomes a key element of the whole procurement and engineering process. This paper's contribution is twofold: First, a basic set of performance and dependability metrics and measures for automotive components is identified. Second, a unified benchmarking process is proposed, that allows an unambiguous comparison of distinct component implementations of a given component class.

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10th IEEE International Symposium on Object and Component-Oriented Real-Time Distributed Computing (ISORC'07)

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7-9 May 2007