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|Title:||A model-driven engineering method for DRE defence systems performance analysis and prediction|
|Citation:||Handbook of research on embedded systems design, 2014 / Bagnato, A., Indrusiak, L., Quadri, I., Rossi, M. (ed./s), Ch.12, pp.301-326|
|Publisher Place:||United States|
|Katrina Falkner, Vanea Chiprianov, Nickolas Falkner, Claudia Szabo, Gavin Puddy|
|Abstract:||Autonomous, Distributed Real-Time Embedded (DRE) defence systems are typically characterized by hard constraints on space, weight, and power. These constraints have a strong impact on the nonfunctional properties of the final system, especially its performance. System execution modeling tools permit early prediction of the performance of model-driven systems; however, the focus to date has been on the practical aspects and creating tools that work in specific cases, rather than on the process and methodology applied. In this chapter, the authors present an integrated method to performance analysis and prediction of model-driven DRE defense systems. They present both the tools to support the process and a method to define these tools. The authors explore these tools and processes within an industry case study from a defense context.|
|Rights:||Copyright © 2014, IGI Global.|
|Appears in Collections:||Computer Science publications|
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