TASTE: A Real-Time Software Engineering Tool-Chain Overview, Status, and Future
TASTE stands for “The ASSERT Set of Tools for Engineering”, in reference to the European FP6 program where it finds its roots. It consists in an open-source tool-chain dedicated to the development of embedded, real-time systems. TASTE addresses the modelling and deployment of distributed systems containing heterogeneous software and hardware components; it focuses on the automation of tedious, error-prone tasks that usually make complex systems difficult to integrate and validate. TASTE relies on two complementary languages, AADL and ASN.1, that allow to create embedded systems which functional parts are made of C, Ada, SDL, SCADE, Simulink and/or VHDL code.
KeywordsASN.1 SDL MSC TASTE SCADE AADL VHDL
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