Logging technologies in software design for real-time systems and simulators
Examensarbete för masterexamen
Nguyen, Nhat Dinh Minh
The aim of this work was to study and develop logging technologies for a software simulator (ADAPT) and corresponding embedded system on trucks. One of the targets of our thesis is developing a logging technology for the ADAPT simulation environment. Another target is to build up a proof of concept that a logging software can operate on the real-time systems of trucks. Both software simulator and embedded system on trucks generate data during operations. While these data are beneficial for trucks development, the question of how to log and use the data among the two systems should be researched. Furthermore, how can we evaluate the results for previous question is also important to establish. In this thesis, iterative design science approach is being used. By applying this method, we are constantly developing the logging system as well as evaluating our design. At the same time, requirements and knowledge base are updated to adapt with the current progress. As a contribution of this thesis, a functional logging technology is developed for the ADAPT system, and the concept of building functional logging software on the real-time system of trucks is proved.
ADAPT Simulator , Logger , Replayer , WCET , Schedulability , real-time system , AUTOSAR