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New safety standards, such as ISO 26262, present a challenge for companies producing safety-relevant embedded systems. Safety verification today is often ad-hoc and manual; it is done differently for digital and analogue, hardware and software.

The VeTeSS project developed standardized tools and methods for verification of the robustness of...

There is an ever-increasing demand both for new functionality and for reduced development and production costs for all kinds of Critical Real-Time Embedded (CRTE) systems (safety, mission or business critical). Moreover, new functionality demands can only be delivered by more complex software and aggressive hardware acceleration features like memory hierarchies and multi-core...

This project aimed to address a wide range of issues relating to time analysability of next generation space systems. The key challenge addressed how to use multicores in an effective way and achieving adequate levels of guarantee of the timing correctness. There were four main themes in the ITT:

  1. Choice of scheduling and...

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