Framework for complex software construction ticks all multi-criteria boxes
Innovation in interconnected systems design is crucial for reducing cost and complexity in multi-component computing platforms. Current software development tools cannot fulfil the various antagonistic criteria in programming architecture. AMPERE’s model-driven engineering (MDE) framework addresses this challenge. Their MDE framework allows for efficiency in constructing complex software architectures, taking into account parallel conflicting requirements. It also enables the use of specialised programming languages to accurately describe the subsystems’ cyber/physical interactions. AMPERE envisages the development of novel methods and tools for constructing accurate models of proposed systems in computing platforms. Thus, system constraints are efficiently dealt with, while ensuring performance targets are met. AMPERE’s computing software will also help improve overall system efficiency along with fulfilment of non-functional requirements.
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