Bachelor and Master Theses

Title: A model-driven approach for automotive system
Level: Basic or Advanced (contact supervisor)
Description: Demands on vehicular embedded systems have constantly evolving increasing the software development complexity of these systems. In order to face such a complexity, traditional software development paradigms, e.g., code-centric, have been replaced from software paradigms advocating abstraction, separation of concerns and automation.

In this respect, Model-Driven Engineering, Component-Based Software Engineering and their crossplay have been successfully adopted as possible solutions for achieving a seamless tool chain for the software development of the aforesaid systems. In this respect, one of the entry requirement is the definition of metamodels (to regulate the specification of models) and model transformations (for automating manipulations of models).

This thesis targets the field of bidirectional model transformations with the goal of improving the existing JTL framework. The aim is to provide a new prototype version of the framework tailored to the automotive domain, that allows designers to specify bidirectional models transformations and to maintain consistency between pairs of models even in critical scenarios.
Proposed: 2016-09-05
Prerequisites: Experience in programming | Basic knowledge of MDE | Basic knowledge of transformation languages | Basic knowledge of logic programming
IDT supervisor: Alessio Bucaioni,
Examinator: Antonio Cicchetti
Antonio Cicchetti, +46-21-151762

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