Towards Digital Twins for the Description of Automotive Software Systems

Jan Olaf Blech
(Aalto University)

We present models for automotive software that capture quantitative and qualitative aspects of software systems and the underlying hardware architecture. In particular, we consider different levels of computing power. These range from controllers up to the cloud. We present a modeling approach for software deployment taking different automotive requirements such as criticality, latency, memory, computational resources, and communication into account. Our models capture automotive software and hardware system configurations and can serve as digital twins that are digital counterparts of (usually) physical entities. Furthermore, we highlight connected research areas and challenges.

In Alessandro Aldini and Herbert Wiklicky: Proceedings 16th Workshop on Quantitative Aspects of Programming Languages and Systems (QAPL 2019), Prague, Czech Republic, 7th April 2019, Electronic Proceedings in Theoretical Computer Science 312, pp. 20–28.
Published: 20th January 2020.

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