Team Espresso

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Section: Application Domains

Application Domains

The application domains covered by the Polychrony toolbox are engineering areas where a system design-flow requires high-level model transformations and verifications to be applied during the development-cycle.

The project-team has focused on developing such integrated design methods in the context of avionics applications, through the European IST projects Sacres, Syrf, Safeair. This research track is being continued in the submitted Espace (avionics ) and Sea (automotive ) projects.

In this context, Polychrony is seen as a platform on which the architecture of an embedded system can be specified from the earliest design stages until the late deployment stages through a number of formally verifiable design refinements.

Recent trends in system-level design show, in a far from unrelated way, the need for modeling systems on chips as globally asynchronous and locally synchronous systems. It is indeed manifest in the charter of the ACM-IEEE MEMOCODE conference. It is the subject of an ongoing collaboration of project-team Espresso with UC San Diego and Virginia Tech through INRIA associate-projects program.


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