Modeling Complex Real-Time and Embedded Systems—The UML and DORIS Combination Article DOI:
Cite this article as: Hull, M.E.C., Ewart, S. & Hanna, J.R.P. Real-Time Systems (2004) 26: 135. doi:10.1023/B:TIME.0000016128.45507.07 Abstract
Real-time and embedded systems have widespread use in industrial, commercial and defence applications. They tend to be large and complex and need to focus on non-functional aspects such as performance, throughput and dependability. The UML has demonstrated potential for modeling real-time and embedded systems, but this potential can be greatly enhanced with the use of DORIS, a method extensively used in the aerospace industry. This paper considers how the two can be used in combination to model complex systems.
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