Henzinger, Thomas AISTA ; Sifakis, Joseph
We summarize some current trends in embedded systems design and point out some of their characteristics, such as the chasm between analytical and computational models, and the gap between safety-critical and best-effort engineering practices. We call for a coherent scientific foundation for embedded systems design, and we discuss a few key demands on such a foundation: the need for encompassing several manifestations of heterogeneity, and the need for constructivity in design. We believe that the development of a satisfactory Embedded Systems Design Science provides a timely challenge and opportunity for reinvigorating computer science.
Supported in part by the ARTIST2 European Network of Excellence on Embedded Systems Design, by the NSF ITR Center on Hybrid and Embedded Software Systems (CHESS), and by the SNSF NCCR on Mobile Information and Communication Systems (MICS).
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Henzinger TA, Sifakis J. The embedded systems design challenge. In: Vol 4085. Springer; 2006:1-15. doi:10.1007/11813040_1
Henzinger, T. A., & Sifakis, J. (2006). The embedded systems design challenge (Vol. 4085, pp. 1–15). Presented at the FM: Formal Methods, Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/11813040_1
Henzinger, Thomas A, and Joseph Sifakis. “The Embedded Systems Design Challenge,” 4085:1–15. Springer, 2006. https://doi.org/10.1007/11813040_1.
T. A. Henzinger and J. Sifakis, “The embedded systems design challenge,” presented at the FM: Formal Methods, 2006, vol. 4085, pp. 1–15.
Henzinger TA, Sifakis J. 2006. The embedded systems design challenge. FM: Formal Methods, LNCS, vol. 4085, 1–15.
Henzinger, Thomas A., and Joseph Sifakis. The Embedded Systems Design Challenge. Vol. 4085, Springer, 2006, pp. 1–15, doi:10.1007/11813040_1.