By V Madisetti; Chonlameth Arpnikanondt
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1 Introduction to Platforms Karl Sabbagh of Boeing Corporation first defined platforms as fullyfunctional families of products, each of which is characterized by a set of commonalities, and is specified and implemented in such a way that allows itself and its capabilities to be further customized and re-targeted for specific actual end products. Examples of platforms are abundant, across diversely different application areas, ranging from aircraft to mobile phones. For instance, the Boeing 777 passenger doors, each of which is composed of a 20 Platform-Centric SoC Design Methodology different set of parts with subtly different shapes and sizes for its position on the fuselage, are yet based on the same platform, resulting in 98% of all door mechanisms being common .
Embedded UML coalesces various existing ideas currently used in real-time UML and HW/SW co-design practices. It is conceived by its initiators as a UML profile package which is “suitable for embedded real-time system specification, design, and verification” . In a nutshell, Embedded UML models the system using a collection of reusable communicating blocks similar to ROOM’S capsule concept . Interfaces and channels, that are the extensions of ROOM’S port and connector notations, are used for communication specification and refinement.
Whereas the platform technology is discussed in Chapter 2, this chapter gives an overview of the other two fundamental technologies: the Unified Modeling Language (UML) and the Extensible Markup Language (XML). The chapter begins with an introduction to UML as a modeling tool very well perceived within the software engineering community. It is followed by a discussion on an attempt by the Object Management Group (OMG) to empower UML for the development of real-time embedded software—an effort which will eventually culminate to a design framework known as the UML Profile for Schedulability, Performance, and Time Specification .