Model Service-oriented Architectures in Simulink
Service-oriented architecture (SOA) is a software architecture based on the concept that a system consists of a set of services in which one service may use another, and applications use one or more of the services based on their needs. SOA promotes a loosely coupled component-based approach using middleware for service-oriented communication. SOA concepts are used in multiple industry standards, including: AUTOSAR, ROS and DDS.
In this talk, MathWorks showcases how the Simulink® is used to model and simulate application software based on SOA. The presentation highlights:
- Modeling of message-based communication between software components
- Modeling of Adaptive AUTOSAR software components
- C++ production code generation with Adaptive middleware interfaces (ara::com), and AUTOSAR XML export
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