Cyber-physical system and contract-based design: A three dimensional view

Abstract : This work reports on the experience arising from the master internship contract-based design tailored to safety issues for cyber-physical systems (CPS). The main educational goal is to confront the student with realistic mixed-critical smart CPS systems, using the railway domain and autonomous trains as a case study. The results show that, for this class of systems, education should transition from a 2D to a 3D modeling design space, which is much better suited to visualizing the evolution and the underlying properties of the system. We use contract-based design to properly deal with the integration and composition of heterogeneous components, where safety aspects require special attention. The main scientific and technical results concern the implementation of contract-based design in a 3D tool. Finally, we discuss the teaching methodology underlying the internship and the competences required to address the design of a (critical) CPS by the new generation of students.
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D. Cancila, H. Zaatiti, R. Passerone. Cyber-physical system and contract-based design: A three dimensional view. WESE'15 Proceedings of the WESE'15: Workshop on Embedded and Cyber-Physical Systems Education, Oct 2015, Amsterdam, Netherlands. ⟨10.1145/2832920.2832924⟩. ⟨cea-01836564⟩

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