Automatic generation of provably correct embedded systems
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With the demand for new and complicated features, embedded systems are becoming more and more difficult to design and verify. Even if the design of a system is verified, how to guarantee the consistency between the design and its implementation remains a big issue. As a solution, we propose a framework that can help a system designer to model his or her embedded system using a high-level modeling language, verify the design of the system, and automatically generate executable software codes whose behavior semantics are consistent with that of the high-level model. We use two case studies to demonstrate the effectiveness of our framework. This work is mainly supported by TRF Project “Research and Development in the Formal Verification of System Design and Implementation” from Temasek Lab@National University of Singapore; partially supported by project IDG31100105/IDD11100102 from Singapore University of Technology and Design, and project MOE2009-T2-1-072 from School of Computing@National University of Singapore.
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