Section: Contracts and Grants with Industry
Participants : Noël Plouzeau, Jean-Marc Jézéquel, Jacques Falcou.
CHESS is an Artemis project that seeks industrial-quality research solutions to problems of property-preserving component assembly in real-time and dependable embedded systems, and supports the description, verification, and preservation of non-functional properties of software components at the abstract level of component design as well as at the execution level. CHESS develops model-driven solutions, integrates them in component-based execution frameworks, assesses their applicability from the perspective of multiple domains (such as space, railways, telecommunications and automotive), and verifies their performance through the elaboration of industrial use cases.
Triskell will contribute to the definition of the component metamodel, to the design of process. Triskell wil be the main contributor of model transformation tools, by adapting its Kermeta platform to the Chess process and by contributing to the interconnection of external tools from industrial tool provider partners.
- Project duration:
- Triskell budget share:
- Project budget:
6 M euros
- Project Coordinator:
AICAS, Aonix, Atos Origin, ENEA, Ericsonn, Fraunhofer, FZI, GMV, INRIA (Triskell), INTECS, Thales Alenia Space, THALES Communications, UPM, University of Padua, X/Open