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Évolution des Architectures des Systèmes Avioniques Embarqués

Abstract : Nowadays, Embedded Systems are key elements of the Avionic Systems. As more and more functions are integrated, their complexity goes increasing. In order to keep mastering this complexity, Avionic Systems Architecture has also evolved so as to minimize the interactions between equipment. This evolution of the Architectures introduced, at the avionic level, the notion of network widely spread in the consumer domain. Our research works aim at accompanying this architectural evolution by minimizing the impact of the technological breakthroughs which were necessary to introduce to support this evolution. For that purpose, we propose an approach which is going to allow us to derisk every new technological brick before its introduction within the Embedded Systems. This introduction can thus be performed by having beforehand defined the conditions as well as the limits of use of every new technology that it is Hardware and/or Software.
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Marc Gatti. Évolution des Architectures des Systèmes Avioniques Embarqués. Systèmes embarqués. Université Pierre et Marie Curie - Paris VI, 2016. Français. ⟨NNT : 2016PA066725⟩. ⟨tel-01653192⟩

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