SCCharts : Language and Interactive Incremental Compilation

Safety-critical systems are a subclass of reactive systems, a dominating class of computer systems. Such systems control airbags in cars, flaps of aircrafts, or pace makers. Software for these systems must be reliable. Hence, a language and tooling is needed that allows to build and maintain reliable software models. Furthermore, a reliable compiler is required to obtain decent machine-understandable and executable code from highly abstract models. This thesis presents SCCharts, a Statecharts-based visual and synchronous modeling language for specifying and designing safety-critical software systems and for deriving their implementations. - SCCharts specification and design language - Statechart dialect and synchronous language - SLIC: Interactive incremental compilation to SW/HW - Model-based compilation - Xtend M2M transformations with pseudocode - C, Java, and Arduino code generation + hardware synthesis - Model railway controller practical use case - Ptolemy, Synchronous Java, Esterel - Eclipse-based open-source implementation (KIELER SCCharts) -



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