Publication detail

Rapid Prototyping of Networked Embedded Systems

ŠVÉDA, M.

Original Title

Rapid Prototyping of Networked Embedded Systems

English Title

Rapid Prototyping of Networked Embedded Systems

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

This paper presents rapid prototyping of networked embedded systems by the method that employs hardware and software components and an eligible executable specification language. Statements of that language should cover process management, timing and communication commands interpretable by the services of a real-time executive and a communication task located in each prototype node. The language is made executable by a technique that employs attribute grammars and either macroprocessor or Prolog-supported generation of communication software prototypes. Execution or interpretation of the expanded code embedded in reusable system components of the trial architecture provides final steps of the method. In the paper, an introduction to a dedicated asynchronous specification language is followed by a review of related prototyping techniques. The included case study deals with an application of the language for two-level specification of an Internet-based device for pressure measurement.

English abstract

This paper presents rapid prototyping of networked embedded systems by the method that employs hardware and software components and an eligible executable specification language. Statements of that language should cover process management, timing and communication commands interpretable by the services of a real-time executive and a communication task located in each prototype node. The language is made executable by a technique that employs attribute grammars and either macroprocessor or Prolog-supported generation of communication software prototypes. Execution or interpretation of the expanded code embedded in reusable system components of the trial architecture provides final steps of the method. In the paper, an introduction to a dedicated asynchronous specification language is followed by a review of related prototyping techniques. The included case study deals with an application of the language for two-level specification of an Internet-based device for pressure measurement.

Keywords

executable specification, attribute grammar, Prolog, IEEE 1451

RIV year

2003

Released

07.04.2003

Publisher

IEEE Computer Society

Location

Huntsville, AL

ISBN

0-7695-1917-2

Book

Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference and Workshop on the Engineering of Computer-Based Systems 2003

Pages from

125

Pages to

132

Pages count

8

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT13954,
  author="Miroslav {Švéda}",
  title="Rapid Prototyping of Networked Embedded Systems",
  annote="This paper presents rapid prototyping of networked embedded systems by the method that employs hardware and software components and an eligible executable specification language. Statements of that language should cover process management, timing and communication commands interpretable by the services of a real-time executive and a communication task located in each prototype node. The language is made executable by a technique that employs attribute grammars and either macroprocessor or Prolog-supported generation of communication software prototypes. Execution or interpretation of the expanded code embedded in reusable system components of the trial architecture provides final steps of the method. In the paper, an introduction to a dedicated asynchronous specification language is followed by a review of related prototyping techniques. The included case study deals with an application of the language for two-level specification of an Internet-based device for pressure measurement.",
  address="IEEE Computer Society",
  booktitle="Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference and Workshop on the Engineering of Computer-Based Systems 2003",
  chapter="13954",
  institution="IEEE Computer Society",
  year="2003",
  month="april",
  pages="125--132",
  publisher="IEEE Computer Society",
  type="conference paper"
}