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A Taxonomy for Tools, Processes and Languages in Automotive Software Engineering


Publication Details
Author(s): Bock F, Homm D, Siegl S, German R
Editor(s): Jan Zizka et al.
Publisher: AIRCC Publishing Corporation
Publishing place: No 25, 2nd Cross Rd, Mogappair West, Mogappair, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600037, Indien
Publication year: 2016
Conference Proceedings Title: Computer Science & Information Technology Vol. 6 (CS&IT-CSCP 2016)
Pages range: 1-16
ISBN: 978-1-921987-34-2
ISSN: 2231-5403

Event details
Event: Fourth International Conference on Software Engineering and Applications (SEAS 2015)
Event location: Zürich
Start date of the event: 02/01/2016
End date of the event: 03/01/2016
Language: English

Abstract

Within the growing domain of software engineering in the automotive sector, the number of used tools, processes, methods and languages has increased distinctly in the past years. To be able to choose proper methods for particular development use cases, factors like the intended use, key-features and possible limitations have to be evaluated. This requires a taxonomy that aids the decision making. An analysis of the main existing taxonomies revealed two major deficiencies: the lack of the automotive focus and the limitation to particular engineering method types. To face this, a graphical taxonomy is proposed based on two well-established engineering approaches and enriched with additional classification information. It provides a self-evident and -explanatory overview and comparison technique for engineering methods in the automotive domain. The taxonomy is applied to common automotive engineering methods. The resulting diagram classifies each method and enables the reader to select appropriate solutions for given project requirements.



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APA: Bock, F., Homm, D., Siegl, S., & German, R. (2016). A Taxonomy for Tools, Processes and Languages in Automotive Software Engineering. In Jan Zizka et al. (Eds.), Computer Science & Information Technology Vol. 6 (CS&IT-CSCP 2016) (pp. 1-16). No 25, 2nd Cross Rd, Mogappair West, Mogappair, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600037, Indien: AIRCC Publishing Corporation.

MLA: Bock, Florian, et al. "A Taxonomy for Tools, Processes and Languages in Automotive Software Engineering." Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Software Engineering and Applications (SEAS 2015), Zürich Ed. Jan Zizka et al., No 25, 2nd Cross Rd, Mogappair West, Mogappair, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600037, Indien: AIRCC Publishing Corporation, 2016. 1-16.

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