Software Engineering for Automotive Systems: Principles and Applications discusses developments in the field of software engineering for automotive systems.
This reference text presents detailed discussion of key concepts including timing analysis and reliability, validation and verification of automotive systems, AUTOSAR architecture for electric vehicles, automotive grade Linux for connected cars, open-source architecture in the automotive software industry, and communication protocols in the automotive software development process.
Aimed at senior undergraduate and graduate students in the fields of electrical engineering, electronics and communication engineering, and automobile engineering, this text:
Provides the fundamentals of automotive software architectures.
Discusses validation and verification of automotive systems.
Covers communication protocols in the automotive software development process.
Discusses AUTOSAR architecture for electric vehicles.
Examines open-source architecture in the automotive software industry.
P. Sivakumar received his B.E.degree in Electrical and Electronics with I class in 2006 fromAnna University. He completedhis M.E. degree in EmbeddedSystem technologies with I classin 2009 from Anna UniversityCoimbatore. He completed hisPh.D. in Electrical Engineeringwith a specialization in Automotive Embedded Software inthe year 2018 from AnnaUniversity, PSG College of Technology. His research interestsinclude Embedded System, Model Based Design, Model Based testing of Automotive Software, Automotive Software Development, Fog and Edge Computing. He serves as a Guest Editor/Reviewer of journals with leading publishers such as Inderscience, SpringerB. Vinoth Kumar is working as an Associate Professor with 17 years of experience in the Department of Information Technology at PSG College of Technology. His research interests include Computational Intelligence, Digital Image Processing and Embedded systems. He is the author of more than 40 papers in refereed journals and international conferences. He has edited four books with reputed publishers such as Springer and CRC Press. He serves as a Guest Editor/Reviewer of many journals with leading publishers such as Inderscience, Springer.R. S. Sandhya Devi received her B.E(Electronics and Communication Engineering) from AvinashilingamUniversity, Coimbatore Tamilnadu, India. She completed her M.E (Embedded Systems) in Anna University of technology, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, India. She is Asst. Professor at Kumaraguru College of Technology. Her areas of interest include Embedded System Design and ARM processor. She published her project in a journal and international conference.