Structured Object-Oriented Co-Analysis/Co-Design of Hardware/Software for the FACTS Powers System
There are several approaches to the hardware/software design in embedded systems, ranging from the traditional sequential methods which focus on the determination of the hardware architecture prior to software design, to newer object-oriented approaches that attempt to apply software engineering methods to hardware design without a systematic process. This paper discusses a structured object-oriented methodology for the integrated co-analysis and co-design of hardware/software systems using an extended high order object-oriented modeling technique (HOOMT). This methodology offers a uniform method for hardware and software developers to jointly develop the specifications for and partitioning of the hardware and software components of a system, as well as developing the interfaces between components, and allows easy design migration of components between hardware and software. In this paper it is applied to the co-analysis/co-design of the hardware and software of a simulated advanced power grid control system.
M. Ryan et al., "Structured Object-Oriented Co-Analysis/Co-Design of Hardware/Software for the FACTS Powers System," The 29th Annual IEEE International Conference on Computer Software and Applications, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Sep 2005.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1109/COMPSAC.2005.147
National Science Foundation (U.S.)
Keywords and Phrases
Embedded Systems; Flexible AC Transmission Systems; Formal Specification; Hardware-Software Codesign; Object-Oriented Programming; Power Engineering Computing; Power Grids; Power Transmission Control; Structured Programming
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26 Sep 2005