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Emad Farshizadeh, Hermann Briese, Steffen Beringer, Dominik Holler, Hamza Raja and Lars Stockmann, "Design and Analysis of a Controller from System Design Idea to AUTOSAR Architecture with Basic Software Modules," Proceedings of 6. Tagung Simulation und Test für die Automobilelektronik, Stuttgart, Germany, May 2014.


The development of electronic control units (ECUs) in the automotive industry is becoming increasingly complex. The integration of new controllers is a time-consuming process which is characterized by round trips between control engineers and system architects, especially in the domain of electric mobility. To reduce the number of iterations and therefore time-to-market, we propose that it is beneficial for control engineers to consider aspects of the later software early in the design process. We present a methodology that supports this approach by simulation on different levels of abstraction. It allows control engineers to address basic software such as diagnostics in the design phase. We apply this methodology to a recuperation-ready electrohydraulic brake controller and compare the simulation results.

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Emad Farshizadeh
Hermann Briese
Steffen Beringer
Dominik Holler
Hamza Raja
Lars Stockmann

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    author = {Farshizadeh, Emad and Briese, Hermann and Beringer, Steffen and Holler, Dominik and Raja, Hamza and Stockmann, Lars},
    title = {{Design and Analysis of a Controller from System Design Idea to AUTOSAR Architecture with Basic Software Modules}},
    address = {Stuttgart, Germany},
    booktitle = {6. Tagung Simulation und Test f{\"{u}}r die Automobilelektronik},
    month = {5},
    year = {2014},

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