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Tool Support for Model Based Architectural Design for Automotive Control Systems

Kevin Steppe, David Garlan, Greg Bylenok, Bradley Schmerl and Nataliya Shevchenko.

In First European Workshop on Model Driven Architecture with Emphasis on Industrial Application, Enschede, The Netherlands, 17-19 March 2004.

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In conjunction with Ford Motor Company, we built a tool to support multilevel architectural design. The tool, called Synergy, allows Ford to visually design architectures of vehicle control components. The components are imported from existing Simulink models; then the tool automatically generates a detailed view showing all required connections and ports. The resulting model is exported to Simulink for further analysis. In this paper we describe the conceptual and technical challenges encountered in building Synergy and our design choices for solving them.

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