Matthias Günther

Matthias Günther
Fraunhofer IEM · Product Engineering

Master of Science

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Publications (5)
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The specification of requirements and tests are crucial activities in automotive development projects. However, due to the increasing complexity of automotive systems, practitioners fail to specify requirements and tests for distributed and evolving systems with complex interactions when following traditional development processes. To address this...
Conference Paper
Model-based approaches such as Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) are widely regarded as a necessity to enable and support the development of ever more complex Systems of Systems (SoS). A key to the application of model-based development approaches in companies is the introduction of systems engineering architecture frameworks (SEAF) to structu...
Conference Paper
The increasing integration of products into System of Systems (SoS) foster both the development complexity and the complexity of the systems. Patterns offer a promising approach to support the understanding and to achieve a higher efficiency in engineering. To get an overview of the definition and applications of SoS and patterns this contribution...
Conference Paper
Advancing digitization is creating fascinating potential benefits, especially in the automotive domain, through technologies such as Car2x and autonomous driving. However, new information and communication technologies result in a continuous increase in product complexity and in challenges for the development of current and future mobility systems....

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