||Generic framework for code generation for embedded systems – code generation GFCES
||2013 - 2015
||BMWi / Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences (Germany) subcontract
||Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences (Germany), Willert Software Tools GmbH (Brueckeburg, Germany), University of Osnabrueck (Germany)
||Embedded Software Engineering, Code Generation, Model Transformation, Quality
||The project focuses on the research and development of a new code generator concept and framework, where C / C ++ code for embedded systems may be generated from a tool-independent model using model transformations and an intermediate format. Many embedded systems are safety-critical and. therefore, imply special requirements for the source code executed there. The University of Osnabrueck contributes in a project-related contract concepts that integrate a quality assurance directly into the code generation process.
|Selection of most relevant publications:
Arne Noyer, Padma Iyenghar, Elke Pulvermüller, Florian Pramme, Joachim Engelhardt, Benjamin Samson, and Gert Bikker. Tool Independent Code Generation for the UML - Closing the Gap Between Proprietary Models and the Standardized UML Model. In Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Evaluation of Novel Software Approaches to Software Engineering (ENASE 2014), 117 – 125. IEEE, SCITEPRESS, April 2014.