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IDT Open Seminar - Model-Driven Engineering for Design-Runtime Interaction in Complex Systems



Start time:

2019-04-11 13:15

End time:

2019-04-11 15:00



Contact person:


Complex systems are now predominant in several domains such as
automotive, health-care, aerospace, industrial control, and
automation. Such systems call for modern engineering practices such as
Modeling/MDE to tackle advances in productivity and quality of these
now Cyber-Physical Systems (CPSs).
However, the proposed solutions need to be further developed to scale
up for real-life industrial projects and to provide significant
benefits at execution time. To this intent, one of the major
challenges is to work on achieving a more efficient integration
between the design and runtime aspects of the concerned systems: The
system behavior at runtime has to be better matched with the original
system design in order to be able to understand critical situations
that may occur, as well as corresponding potential failures in design.
Methods and tools already exist (many of them not model-based) for
monitoring system execution and performing measurements of runtime
properties. However, they do not usually allow a relevant integration
with (and/or traceability back to) design models. Such a feedback loop
from runtime is highly relevant at design time, the most suitable
level for system engineers to analyze and take impactful decisions

Romina Eramo,