Imt Instituto Maua Of Tecnologia

São Caetano do Sul, Brazil

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São Caetano do Sul, Brazil
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Silverio Miyashiro M.A.,Imt Instituto Maua Of Tecnologia | Silverio Miyashiro M.A.,National Institute for Space Research | Ferreira M.G.V.,National Institute for Space Research
IISA 2014 - 5th International Conference on Information, Intelligence, Systems and Applications | Year: 2014

Currently the major concern of software engineering is the quality of Embedded Computing Systems, as they are a classification of software that are strongly present in our daily lives so that often we do not realize. Are composed of hardware and software encapsulated and generally dedicated to a single activity a major characteristic of such systems is the ability to perform very important tasks with little computational resource which represents a high degree of constraints to it is development and operation. It is importance is intensified when they are embedded in aircraft, medical equipment, automobiles, space systems among others that are considered critical, since if it fails, can cause major disasters. The dependence of society, different applications and technological developments are delegating all flexibility of these systems for their part formed by software, which makes it even more critical thus requiring appropriate and specific procedures in their production. The difficulty of software Engineering in meeting this demand is the specificity of each software component to be developed. The use of CMMI-DEV/V1.3 (Process Improvement of Brazilian Software) a model of international reference that directs the execution of practices necessary for the maturity of a software development process may represent a breakthrough in developing such systems one since it is development, we need to use processes with defined procedures to identify and assist in the development of products with these features and thus allow errors can be eliminated or minimized through the activities that must be performed in all stages of development This paper presents part of a study being carried out to develop a process framework that addresses all phases of a development process of embedded systems, organized into phases, activities and document templates that induce developers carrying out the good practices suggested by the level of quality CMMI-DEV/V1.3 model. © 2014 IEEE.


Miyashiro M.A.S.,Imt Instituto Maua Of Tecnologia | Ferreira M.G.V.,National Institute for Space Research
Proceedings of 2014 Science and Information Conference, SAI 2014 | Year: 2014

Currently there is a great dependence on industry and society to the use of embedded computer systems, they are present in our daily lives and often we do not realize it. The greatest feature of such systems is the ability to perform very important tasks with little computational resource. Many of these products are considered critical, since in case of failure, may cause catastrophes or large losses when embedded in aircraft, radiation therapy machine, space systems among others. In most cases, embedded systems have restrictions on their development and operation, they require specific requirements, in addition to not having models of the systems development process that meets these needs. The high demand and different applications are making it even more critical. To ensure it is functioning in it is development, should employ processes with defined procedures for their particularities. This article presents a study that is being conducted to define the structure of the development process that meets the characteristics of embedded system, where it is phases and activities induce the good practice suggested by current models of quality, and produce documents that meet these models and allow control points for the seamless integration of the functions of the software and hardware of the embedded system. © 2014 The Science and Information (SAI) Organization.

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