ARText - Driving developments with TMF Xtext

Sebastian Benz (BMW Group )

Modeling · Short
Thursday, 14:40, 20 minutes | Bürgersaal 1

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In this talk, we present our experiences using TMF Xtext for creating our automotive language: ARText, a textual language for the specification of AUTOSAR systems. AUTOSAR is a joint initiative from various automotive companies defining a standard architecture, methodology and middleware for automotive systems. The objective of ARText is to simplify the specifications of AUTOSAR systems by providing a concise textual language for its component based software design model.

The challenges in defining (textual) editors for AUTOSAR models are:

To address these challenges, we extended the generated Xtext editors with the following features:

This presentation will give an overview on how the new TMF Xtext was applied to ARText and how Xtext helped us accomplish our goals.

Sebastian Benz is a software engineer at BMW Car IT. He has multiple years of experience in model-based software development with a special interest in model-based test case generation. He initiated and participated in the development of COPE. Currently, he is leader of the ARText sub-project of Artop, an Eclipse-based platform for AUTOSAR tools.

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