Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Automotive Software Architecture (WASA'15, Montreal, Canada, May 4, 2015)

P. Kruchten (Redacteur), Y. Dajsuren (Redacteur), H. Altinger (Redacteur), M. Staron (Redacteur)

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It is our great pleasure to welcome you to the First International Workshop on Automotive Software Architectures -- WASA'15. More than a decade ago, the term automotive software engineering was officially introduced in the software community addressing research challenges and technical issues encountering software development in the automotive domain. Today, vehicles are complex systems with millions of lines of code, dozens of microcontrollers, and intertwined networking system. Self driving cars, (fully) electric vehicles, Car-to-X communications are all enabled by software and new features require more advanced software architecture and engineering approaches suitable for automotive domain. The objective of the workshop is to become the premier forum for presentation of research results, industrial experience reports, and future trend discussions on the automotive software architecture field. WASA gives researchers and practitioners a unique opportunity to share their perspectives with others interested in the various aspects of the automotive software architecture field. The call for papers attracted submissions from Europe, Canada, and Brazil. We also encourage attendees to attend the keynote presentation. These valuable and insightful talk can and will guide us to a better understanding of the future: "SIMONE: Architecture-Sensitive Near-miss Clone Detection for Simulink Models", James Cordy (Queen's University).
Originele taal-2Engels
Plaats van productieNew York NY
UitgeverijAssociation for Computing Machinery, Inc
ISBN van geprinte versie978-1-4503-3444-0
StatusGepubliceerd - 2015

Vingerafdruk

Software architecture
Software engineering
Railroad cars
Automotive engineering
Industrial research
Microcontrollers
Electric vehicles
Large scale systems
Communication

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Kruchten, P., Dajsuren, Y., Altinger, H., & Staron, M. (editors) (2015). Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Automotive Software Architecture (WASA'15, Montreal, Canada, May 4, 2015). New York NY: Association for Computing Machinery, Inc.
Kruchten, P. (Redacteur) ; Dajsuren, Y. (Redacteur) ; Altinger, H. (Redacteur) ; Staron, M. (Redacteur). / Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Automotive Software Architecture (WASA'15, Montreal, Canada, May 4, 2015). New York NY : Association for Computing Machinery, Inc, 2015.
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Kruchten P, (ed.), Dajsuren Y, (ed.), Altinger H, (ed.), Staron M, (ed.). Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Automotive Software Architecture (WASA'15, Montreal, Canada, May 4, 2015). New York NY: Association for Computing Machinery, Inc, 2015.