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Free SEI Webinar 9/11: Architecture Analysis with AADL

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Untitled-1 Date: September 11, 2014 Time: 1:30 p.m. ET - 2:30 p.m. ET��� � Cost: Complimentary Register. About the Webinar

During the last 10 years, SEI researchers have been working on methods, languages, and tools to design safety-critical systems, find potential issues at the earliest phase in the development process, and avoid potential re-engineering efforts. Our techniques help system architects design the system and check requirements enforcement without having to implement the system. This webinar introduces the Architecture Analysis and Design Language (AADL), the architecture modeling language used to specify safety-critical systems. We show its use in the Open Source AADL Tool Environment (OSATE) to design and validate a generic automotive application--a speed-regulation system. In particular, this webinar will demonstrate analysis capabilities of the tool for different perspectives, including resources budgets, performance/latency, and safety. About the Speaker JulienDr. Julien Delange is a member of the technical staff at the Software Engineering Institute (SEI), where his research interests are in model-based engineering and improving the development of safety-critical systems by early discovery of architecture and design issues. Before joining the SEI, he worked as a software engineer at the European Space Agency, where he led and contributed to several research projects related to software and system architectures for safety-critical systems. Dr. Delange got involved with architecture design and analysis while designing new methods and techniques to improve the safety and security of critical systems. Register now.  

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