News from the MegaM@Rt2 Project
Specifying the architecture of such a large project as MegaM@Rt2 is a challenge in itself. We opted for a pragmatic model-driven approach in order to specify the high-level architecture of the MegaM@Rt2 framework, perform the gap analysis and plan a first framework development roadmap accordingly. We believe that our experience and lessons learnt in the process could be useful in other similar contexts.
Adopting a Modelling Environment at Volvo to Enhance Systems Engineering, Testing, and Function Development Process
Some feedback on the introduction of model-based design at Volvo Construction Equipment, especially regarding the model-based testing of their systems
MegaMart2 partners explored the performance implications of the evolution in architecture and development of cloud-based applications, and their impact on the inclusion and development of performance. See what were their conclusions
After 6 months of work, the first deliverable of Work Package 3 - MegaM@Rt Runtime Analysis has been released and published on the website. WP3 focuses on defining new methods and tools for creating and managing models at runtime. These methods should be able to use...
Online model-based testing is an important method for validation of software systems, which checks on the fly the conformance between the behavioral specification of a system and its implementation. In contrast to generating and running offline tests, online testing...
We describe a mutation testing framework that uses energy consumption goals to automatically select test suites based on random system simulations. The framework is enabled by transforming a EAST-ADL model into a network of priced timed automata