The Technical Steering Committee has released a new ASAMstandard: ASAM ARTI V1.0.0. This standard enables scheduling timing analysis on automotive real time operating systems.
The aim of thestandard is to enable scheduling timing analysis on automotive real time operating systems. This requires the storage of the corresponding data in an exchange format. ASAM MDF is used for this purpose as exchange format. In addition to the trace data, the measurement configuration settings are saved as well. The standard is developed for ECUs that support the AUTOSAR Run-Time Interface.
Thestandard allows to evaluate the real time behaviour, which means that the knowledge about tasks, interruptions and functional elements is linked to the debugging and tracing data. This includes
A good interaction of the tool chain provides complete round-trip engineering from model down to hardware and back, covering several software levels and several phases of the V-model.
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