A component model for field devices
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: A component model for field devices
Abstract : Abstract. Component-based software development is becoming mainstream for conventional applications. However, components can be difficult to deploy in embedded systems because of non-functional requirements. PECOS is a collaborative project between industrial and research partners that seeks to enable component-based technology for a class of embedded systems known as “field devices”. In this paper we introduce a component model for field devices that captures a range of non-functional properties and constraints. We report on the current status of PECOS, including the PECOS composition language, language mappings to Java and C++, and industrial case studies. 1
: Computer Science
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