End-to-End Reconfigurability System Architecture Fundamentals

Andrej Mihailovic, N Olaziregi, N Berthet, D Pirez, J Goubard, A Minokuchi, B Souvile, Z Boufidis, N Alonistioti, K El-Khazen

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference paper

Abstract

Within the End-to-end Reconfigurability (E2R)
project, system architecture development is an iterative process
of devising system-level representation of the main
reconfigurability aspects taking into account the high-level
design vision and specific implications of technical realisations of
reconfigurability at the solution level. Architecture development
includes complex series of interactions inside the project during
the creation and calibration of reconfigurability system-level
representations. Essential architectural issues have initially been
defined by creation of the system model constituting the system
analysis of the capabilities and requirements and their UML
modelling. This provides a foundation for more detailed
representation, validation and mapping of system architecture
aspects to specific reconfigurability fragments being developed in
the project.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationIST Summit 2006, Mykonos, Greece
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2006

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