POOSL is a new project proposal at the Eclipse Foundation. POOSL and the accompanying tools offer a general purpose method for describing and simulating (embedded) system architectures for the early evaluation of key structural and behavioral concepts, requirements and performance. This lightweight modeling and simulation approach shortens the development time of complex high-tech systems by providing fast insights into requirements and early design decisions, thereby reducing the risk of expensive iterations during design, integration and testing.
POOSL was originally developed at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), was adopted by ESI (TNO) as a standard modeling and analysis tool following its successful application in the high-tech industry and is currently industrialized and open sourced at the Eclipse Foundation by Obeo.
This talk will demonstrate :
- the language to model concurrent hardware/software systems,
- the tooling for editing and debugging POOSL models,
- where to find everything (documentation, source, update sites…) in the open to test it on your own and get in touch with the existing community.
Attend this talk to get a full overview of what’s in the new POOSL project.