Embedded Systems Innovations by TNO

general information
Research Agenda for Embedded Systems square00.gif paper.gif slide.gif
System Architecting Forum Introduction square25.gif slide.gif CSER; March 2007 in Hoboken, NJ
Capability development at the Embedded Systems Institute square50.gif paper.gif slide.gif
A Multi-Disciplinary Research Approach, Illustrated by the Boderc Project square25.gif paper.gif slide.gif
Positioning Embedded Systems Initiatives square00.gif slide.gif
From Industrial Experience to System Architecting Know-how square50.gif slide.gif Informatica Colloquium; February 2004 in Twente
Opportunities and challenges in embedded systems square75.gif paper.gif slide.gif Syntens IPO platform meeting; April 2003 in Apeldoorn
Industry and Academia: Why Practioners and Researchers are Disconnected. square75.gif paper.gif slide.gif INCOSE; July 2005 in Rochester NY, USA
How to Characterize SW and HW to Facilitate Predictable Design? square50.gif paper.gif slide.gif Philips Informatica Colloquium; October 2006 in Eindhoven
Reliability of Software Intensive Systems square50.gif slide.gif KIVI NIRIA; January 2007 in Eindhoven
course information
Competence Development Program; Vision on Architecting and Education square00.gif slide.gif
Boderc Project: Multi-disciplinary modeling to support product design
Industry-as-Laboratory Applied in Practice: The Boderc Project square75.gif paper.gif slide.gif
Five Years of Multi-Disciplinary Academic and Industrial Research; Lessons Learned square25.gif paper.gif slide.gif
Darwin Project: Evolvability
How Reference Architectures support the evolution of Product Families; the Darwin research project square00.gif paper.gif slide.gif


preliminary draft
finished, although "living"

A4 portrait article (pdf)
A4 landscape presentation (pdf)
A4 all articles concatenated as book (pdf)
A4 all presentations concatenated as lecture notes (pdf)
source files (zipped vsd)

All documents are works in progress. Feedback is welcome (via e-mail) to Gerrit Muller <gaudisite@gmail.com>
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