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UML2.0 Profiles for Embedded Systems and Systems On a Chip (SOCs)

By: Fateh Boutekkouk, Mohammed Benmohammed, Sebastien Bilavarn, Michel Auguin

Abstract

The productivity gap between semiconductor technology and methodology and tool support has become one of the biggest challenges in embedded systems and SOCs design. To deal with this problem, specialists in the field have resorted to software engineering and borrowed from it many ideas to close this gap. Most of authors are agree on at least five principles that are raising the level of abstraction, hierarchy, separation of concerns, reuse, and integration.

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Fateh Boutekkouk, Mohammed Benmohammed, Sebastien Bilavarn, Michel Auguin, “UML2.0 Profiles for Embedded Systems and Systems On a Chip (SOCs)”, Journal of Object Technology, Volume 8, no. 1 (January 2009), pp. 135-157, doi:10.5381/jot.2009.8.1.a1.

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