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What's New With Version 2 of the AADL Standard?

  • March 2013
  • By Peter Feiler4655
  • In this podcast, Peter Feiler discusses the latest changes to the Architecture Analysis & Design Language (AADL) standard.
  • Software Architecture
  • Publisher: Software Engineering Institute
  • “Today almost everything is software intensive. If you have a car or an aircraft, they don't work anymore if the software doesn't work.
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  • Abstract

    In this episode, Peter Feiler, primary author of the Architecture Analysis & Design Language (AADL) standard, discusses the latest changes to the standard, the second version of which was released in January 2009. First published in 2004 by SAE International, AADL is a modeling notation that employs both a textual and graphical representation to provide modeling concepts to describe the runtime architecture of application systems in terms of concurrent tasks, their interactions, and their mapping onto an execution platform. Development organizations use AADL to conduct lightweight, rigorous, yet comparatively inexpensive analyses of critical real-time factors such as performance, dependability, security, and data integrity.

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About the Speaker

  • Peter Feiler

    Peter Feiler is the technical lead and author of the Architecture Analysis &Design Language (AADL) standard. For the last 25 years, Feiler has been a senior member of the technical staff at the SEI where his research areas include dependable real-time systems, architecture languages for embedded systems, and predictable system analysis &engineering. In 2009, he received the Carnegie Science Award for Information Technology for his work with AADL.