Automotive Software Engineering: Principles, Processes, by Jorg Schauffele

By Jorg Schauffele

Because the early seventies, the advance of the car has been characterised through a gentle bring up within the deployment of onboard digital structures and software program. This development keeps unabated and is pushed via emerging end-user calls for and more and more stringent environmental

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In addition, the user interface to the in-vehicle measuring technology must be suitable for in-vehicle use. The in-vehicle measuring technology used in development for the validation of a vehicle function—comprising the interaction of a system of ECUs, setpoint generators, sensors, and actuators—must belong to a higher performance class than that selected for the sensor systems of the ECUs onboard a production vehicle. In particular, the data interface connecting the ECUs and measuring tools must be able to transfer data at a high transmission rate to enable the capture of internal ECU signals.

In the final step, the powertrain, chassis, body, and multimedia subsystems are integrated to create the vehicle. This approach not only requires a clear-cut division of labor in the development of subsystems and components, it also mandates that development teams cooperate when decisions must be made about how to partition and later integrate the systems in terms of installation space, vehicle functions, and production technology. In addition, the development of vehicle subsystems and components is usually accomplished through close cooperation between vehicle manufacturers and suppliers.

2-1). A number of signal types are differentiated: Measured or feedback variables R Output variables of open-loop/closed-loop control U Reference variables or setpoint values W Driver-specific setpoint values W* Open-loop/closed-loop controlled variables X Manipulated variables Y Interference variables Z In terms of the blocks making up the function model, a distinction is made between the openloop/closed-loop controller model, the actuator models, the plant model, the models covering setpoint generators and sensors, the driver model, and the environment model.

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