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ACM SIGBED Review
The growing demand for both safety and comfort functionality in modern vehicles is rapidly increasing the complexity of automotive Electrical/Electronic (E/E) architectures. This makes it necessary to use specific design tools for modeling, implementing, and testing such systems. Although many tool vendors offer products covering different design and development phases, it is still cumbersome for car manufacturers to find the most appropriate tools that support their particular E/E architecturedoi:10.1145/2583687.2583689 fatcat:szjql6b5pnawllzid2mcga44su