With the transition from classical embedded systems to networked, collaborative embedded systems, a wide range of new applications for the German industry is emerging. The ability of a company to efficiently develop collaborative embedded systems with the highest quality will, therefore, become a decisive competitive factor. The Collaborative Embedded Systems (CrESt) project aims to create a comprehensive framework for the model-driven development of collaborative embedded systems that addresses novel challenges in their engineering based on the SPES development methodology.
The following presents selected publications that present research results relating to this project.
Engineering of Collaborative Embedded Systems. Böhm, Birthe, Böhm, Wolfgang, Daun, Marian, Hayward, Alexander, Kranz, Sieglinde, Regnat, Nikolaus, Schröck, Sebastian, Stierand, Ingo, Vogelsang, Andreas, Vollmar, Jan, Voss, Sebastian, Weyer, Thorsten, and Wortmann, Andreas. In Model-Based Engineering of Collaborative Embedded Systems, pp. 15–48, Springer, 2021.
Language Engineering for Heterogeneous Collaborative Embedded Systems. Butting, Arvid, and Wortmann, Andreas. In Model-Based Engineering of Collaborative Embedded Systems, pp. 239-–253, Springer, 2021.
Systematic Composition of Independent Language Features. Butting, Arvid, Eikermann, Robert, Kautz, Oliver, Rumpe, Bernhard, and Wortmann, Andreas. In Journal of Systems and Software, Vol. 152, pp. 50–69, 2019.
Retrofitting Type-safe Interfaces into Template-based Code Generators. Adam, Kai, Butting, Arvid, Kautz, Oliver, Pfeiffer, Jerome, Rumpe, Bernhard, and Wortmann, Andreas. In Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Model-Driven Engineering and Software Development (MODELSWARD’18), pp. 179 - 190, SciTePress, 2018.
On the Need for Artifact Models in Model-Driven Systems Engineering Projects Butting, Arvid, Greifenberg, Timo, Rumpe, Bernhard, and Wortmann, Andreas. In Software Technologies: Applications and Foundations, pp. 146–153, Springer, 2018.
The complete list of publications is available from my publications website.
Funded by BMBF.