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Algebra and Analysis with applications

Artificial Intelligence och Intelligent Systems

Automated Software language and Software engineering

Biomedical Engineering

Certifiable Evidences and Justification Engineering

Complex Real-Time Embedded Systems

Data Communication

Dependable Software Engineering

Digitalisation

Engineering Mathematics

Formal Modelling and Analysis of Embedded Systems

Heterogeneous systems - hardware software co-design

Industrial Software Engineering

Learning and Optimisation

MIND (Mälardalen INteraction and Didactics) research group

Renewable Energy

Resource efficiency

Robotics

Safety-Critical Engineering

Software Testing Laboratory

Stochastic Processes, Statistics and Financial Engineering

Model-Based Engineering of Embedded Systems

Political Science

Product and Production Development

Programming Languages

Real-Time Systems Design

Safety-Critical Component-Based Systems

The project intends to study practices which enable reuse of existing software components during product development in order to improve the efficiency, while also meeting the requirements on the integrity of the system and functions, as well as the requirements on e.g. documentation and traceability.

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Start

2009-05-01

Conclusion

2011-06-01

Project manager at MDH

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Description of the project

Through new standards and stricter legislation, companies developng safety-critical products have to meet stronger requirements regarding functional safety. Still, development and manufacturing of the products must be cost efficient. The project intends to study practices which enable reuse of existing software components during product development in order to improve the efficiency, while also meeting the requirements on the integrity of the system and functions, as well as the requirements on e.g. documentation and traceability.

The goal is to suggest and study methods and practices, instructions, forms of documentation, and technology which supports that the work performed during one development project gives a higher confidence when system parts are reused. By this, the effort to certify a new system with the reused component can presumably be significantly lower. We believe this also means that technologies need to be adapted so that components can be executed side by side in a predictable and trustworthy manner.

An important part of the project is the active contact with Swedish industry in order to understand what are the most important requirements and limitations met in practice.

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