VISION: Distributed Systems and Communication in Automotive, Mobile, and Multi­Computing

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Today’s and - more dramatically - tomorrow’s microelectronic systems migrate towards highly interconnected “systems of systems” resulting in a growing degree of complexity and interaction. An increasing number of subsystems are involved in providing a specific system function, and more and more system functions are sharing a heterogeneous network of distributed resources. In this context, interaction becomes the most critical challenge of the design process: With today’s system design methods and tools, a design of distributed systems with highest demands on flexibility, reliability, fault tolerance and real-time behavior cannot be done in an economical way, which will limit innovation in the near future.

VISION faces these challenges and addresses the design of distributed microelectronic systems using a holistic view of the system and its embedding environment. This is supported by a global modeling concept which provides early model-based system integration, automated determination of an appropriate com-munication topology and network architecture as well as seam-less integration into verification and implementation processes for highly interconnected systems. Thus, VISION provides enabler solutions for the design of tomorrow’s advanced distributed systems in automotive, mobile communication and multicomputing.

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Project coordination:

Robert Bosch GmbH
Dr. Joachim Gerlach

Project management:

edacentrum GmbH
Dr. Dieter Treytnar
fon: +49 511 762-19687
treytnaratedacentrum [dot] de

Project partners:

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Funding initial:

BMBF F&E 01M3078


May 01, 2006 - August 31, 2009


Project Information

Final Report
Project Flyer (EN)
NL 03 2009 (PN)
NL 02 2009 (PN)
NL 04 2008 (PN)
NL 02 2008 (PN)
NL 01 2008 (PB)
NL 02 2007 (PN)
NL 01 2007 (PN)
NL 04 2006 (PKB)
NL 03 2006 (PN)

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