Publication detail

ILERT - International Learning Environment for Real-Time Software-Intensive Control Systems

KORNECKI, A. HILBURN, T. GREGA, W. ŠVÉDA, M. THIRIET, J.

Original Title

ILERT - International Learning Environment for Real-Time Software-Intensive Control Systems

English Title

ILERT - International Learning Environment for Real-Time Software-Intensive Control Systems

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

Due to the heavily software-centric nature of modern reactive and time-critical systems, there is an increasing demand for efficient development of high quality Real-Time Software-Intensive Control systems (RSIC). The study discussed in this paper is focused on the creation of international curriculum framework centred on RSIC - this important aspect of computer-system-control-software engineering education. The study explores the mechanism for involving students from multilingual, geographically separated institutions in a coordinated educational experience. It exposes them to the problems, methods, solution techniques, infrastructure, technologies, regulatory issues, and tools in the domain of dependable realtime, safety-critical, software-intensive control systems. The ultimate objective is the creation of a model RSIC curriculum, which can be used by engineering schools both in the USA and the EU.

English abstract

Due to the heavily software-centric nature of modern reactive and time-critical systems, there is an increasing demand for efficient development of high quality Real-Time Software-Intensive Control systems (RSIC). The study discussed in this paper is focused on the creation of international curriculum framework centred on RSIC - this important aspect of computer-system-control-software engineering education. The study explores the mechanism for involving students from multilingual, geographically separated institutions in a coordinated educational experience. It exposes them to the problems, methods, solution techniques, infrastructure, technologies, regulatory issues, and tools in the domain of dependable realtime, safety-critical, software-intensive control systems. The ultimate objective is the creation of a model RSIC curriculum, which can be used by engineering schools both in the USA and the EU.

Keywords

real-time software Engineering, engineering curricula

RIV year

2009

Released

15.01.2009

Publisher

NEUVEDEN

Location

NEUVEDEN

Pages from

66

Pages to

71

Pages count

20

BibTex


@article{BUT47966,
  author="Andrew {Kornecki} and Thomas {Hilburn} and Wojciech {Grega} and Miroslav {Švéda} and Jean-Marc {Thiriet}",
  title="ILERT - International Learning Environment for Real-Time Software-Intensive Control Systems",
  annote="Due to the heavily software-centric nature of modern reactive and time-critical
systems, there is an increasing demand for efficient development of high quality
Real-Time Software-Intensive Control systems (RSIC). The study discussed in this
paper is focused on the creation of international curriculum framework centred on
RSIC - this important aspect of computer-system-control-software engineering
education. The study explores the mechanism for involving students from
multilingual, geographically separated institutions in a coordinated educational
experience. It exposes them to the problems, methods, solution techniques,
infrastructure, technologies, regulatory issues, and tools in the domain of
dependable realtime, safety-critical, software-intensive control systems. The
ultimate objective is the creation of a model RSIC curriculum, which can be used
by engineering schools both in the USA and the EU.",
  address="NEUVEDEN",
  chapter="47966",
  edition="NEUVEDEN",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="NEUVEDEN",
  journal="Journal of Automation, Mobile Robotics and Intelligent Systems",
  number="1",
  volume="3",
  year="2009",
  month="january",
  pages="66--71",
  publisher="NEUVEDEN",
  type="journal article - other"
}