Mike Anthony, MathWorks
In part 6 of this webinar series, we discuss automatic flight code generation. The discussion focuses on the documentation and traceability of the automatically generated C code. This is shown both as inline comments in the code as well as through automatically generated reports.
Part 1: Introduction to Model-Based Design for High Integrity Software Development In this first webinar in the series, we introduce Model-Based Design and discuss why it can provide value over traditional software development processes in certification workflows.
Part 2: Requirements-Based Modeling and Traceability In part 2 of this webinar series, we discuss how to build a Simulink model from a requirements document, and how to create bi-directional links for traceability between the detailed design model and the textual high-level requirements.
Part 3: Conformance to Modeling Standards In part 3 of this webinar series, we discuss the importance of developing and enforcing a modeling standard.
Part 4: Verification of the Model Against High-Level Requirements In part 4 of this webinar series, we discuss verification of the model against the textual requirements.
Part 6: Automatic Code Generation and Traceability In part 6 of this webinar series, we discuss automatic flight code generation.
Part 7: Proving Code Correctness In part 7 of this webinar series, we discuss the use of Polyspace for formal verification of the embedded software.
Part 8: Automatic Test Vector Generation and Software-In-the-Loop Testing In part 8 of this webinar series, we discuss the use of Simulink Code Inspector to automate source code reviews.
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