Tiago Amorim

Tiago Amorim
University of Cologne | UOC · Department of Mathematics and Computer Science

Doctor of Philosophy
Postdoc Research associate

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Publications (9)
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Simulink is an example of a successful application of the paradigm of model-based development into industrial practice. Numerous companies create and maintain Simulink projects for modeling software-intensive embedded systems, aiming at early validation and automated code generation. However, Simulink projects are not as easily available as code-ba...
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Automotive systems will exhibit increased levels of automation as well as ever tighter integration with other vehicles, traffic infrastructure, and cloud services. From safety perspective, this can be perceived as boon or bane - it greatly increases complexity and uncertainty, but at the same time opens up new opportunities for realizing innovative...
Conference Paper
[Context] Model-based Systems Engineering (MBSE) comprises a set of models and techniques that is often suggested as solution to cope with the challenges of engineering complex systems. Although many practitioners agree with the arguments on the potential benefits of the techniques, companies struggle with the adoption of MBSE. [Goal] In this paper...
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[Context] Model-based Systems Engineering (MBSE) comprises a set of models and techniques that is often suggested as solution to cope with the challenges of engineering complex systems. Although many practitioners agree with the arguments on the potential benefits of the techniques, companies struggle with the adoption of MBSE. [Goal] In this paper...
Conference Paper
Future automotive systems will exhibit increased levels of automation as well as ever tighter integration with other vehicles, traffic infrastructure, and cloud services. From safety perspective, this can be perceived as boon or bane - it greatly increases complexity and uncertainty, but at the same time opens up new opportunities for realizing inn...
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Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) provide their functionality by the interaction of various subsystems. CPS usually operate in uncertain environments and are often safety-critical. The constituent systems are developed by different stakeholders, who – in most cases – cannot fully know the composing parts at development time. Furthermore, a CPS may recon...
Conference Paper
Over the last 20 years, embedded systems have evolved from closed, rather static single-application systems towards open, flexible, multi-application systems of systems. While this is a blessing from an application perspective, it certainly is a curse from a safety engineering perspective as it invalidates the base assumptions of established engine...

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Dear Simulink practitioner,
My name is Tiago Amorim, and I am a researcher at the Software and Systems Engineering department from the University of Cologne. In the context of the SimuComp* research project, we are currently seeking to understand if and how Simulink buses are used in practice; thus, we have prepared a survey with a few open questions for practitioners to share their experience on this topic. Other partners in the SimuComp* project are the Humbolt University and MES Model Engineering Solutions GmbH.
We prepared a short survey (Google Forms) and now ask you to answer it and share it with relevant peers as much as possible.
Here is the link for the survey: https://forms.gle/8ZMKx79MAgqr883M7
For further inquires: amorim@cs.uni-koeln.de
Thank you for your collaboration.
Tiago Amorim
*Simulink Architecture Comprehension and Analysis - BMBF grant 01IS18091

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Successful model-based system development requires more than just a modeling language and a suitable tool: Only by using a scientifically sound development methodology can the full potential of the model basis be used. The SpesML project combines the methodology developed in the projects for the Software Platform Embedded Systems (SPES) with the industrially used modeling language SysML in order to make the SPES approach even easier to use in practice.