I’m looking forward to the firstname.lastname@example.org workshop today. I’ll be presenting our email@example.com paper this afternoon. See you there.
The final presentation video of the project course “UbiBots – Model Based Software Engineering for Ubiquitous Cyber-Physical Systems” is now uploaded to YouTube.
The video presents the results of a master project course conducted at the Software Engineering group of the Leibniz Universität Hannover (http://www.se.uni-hannover.de/) in 2015.
In this course, a group of students used the ScenarioTools tool suite (http://scenariotools.org/) to specify the behavior of an advanced driver assistance system based on Car-to-X communication. The main example regarded in the course was the warning of drivers as they pass a narrow lane caused by roadworks.
Then an execution infrastructure was developed to execute the scenario-based specification on RaspberryPi-based and Java-enabled robots (Pi2Go).
Our talk on “Scenarios@run.time – Modeling, Analyzing, and Executing Specifications of Distributed Systems” was accepted at EclipseCon Europe 2015.
We will be talking about our new upcoming release of ScenarioTools (http://scenariotools.org) and how we run it on distributed MQTT-connected RaspberryPi robots.
Our paper “Scenarios@run.time — Distributed Execution of Specifications on IoT-Connected Robots” was accepted at the 10th International Workshop on Models@run.time (MRT’15), which is co-located with MODELS 2015.
Download our paper here: http://jgreen.de/wp-content/documents/2015/scenarios-at-runtime.pdf
Why is it cool?
We have been working on a new version of ScenarioTools (more information on that coming soon), and can now execute LCS/MSD-style scenario-based specifications on distributed systems.
The bulk of the work was done by a group of master students at the Software Engineering Group of the Leibniz Universität Hannover during a project course Ubibots. Also visit the Ubibots project website (http://ubibots2015.scenariotools.org/).
Let me know what you think.
Our Paper “Synthesizing Tests for Combinatorial Coverage of Modal Scenario Specifications” was accepted at the ACM/IEEE 18th International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems (MODELS 2015).
Our Paper “Evaluating a Formal Scenario-Based Method for the Requirements Analysis in Automotive Software Engineering” was accepted at the Industrial Track of the 10th Joint Meeting of the European Software Engineering Conference and the ACM SIGSOFT Symposium on the Foundations of Software Engineering (ESEC/FSE 2015).
See the Publications for more information.
Two papers were accepted at the 7th International Workshop on Modelling in Software Engineering (MiSE 2015):
(1) “Towards Executing Dynamically Updating Finite-State Controllers on a Robot System”
(2) “Towards Application and Evolution of Model-Based Heuristics for Improving SOA Service Design”