HybriDLUX will investigate hybrid collaborative modelling and model-level debugging techniques for automotive instrumentation and testing applications.


HybriDLUX will investigate hybrid collaborative modelling and model-level debugging techniques for automotive instrumentation and testing applications, two techniques identified to be crucial for the adoption of model-driven software development techniques at AVL. Thereby, novel hybrid collaborative modelling and model-level debugging techniques will be developed and integrated with the domain-specific software languages employed by AVL. The user experience of these techniques will be evaluated using an extended and improved version of the evaluation-method framework developed in the preceding DLUX project. Extensions to applied open-source frameworks will be made publicly available.

Goals
Thereby, novel hybrid collaborative modelling and model-level debugging techniques will be developed and integrated with the domain-specific software languages employed by AVL. The user experience of these techniques will be evaluated using an extended and improved version of the evaluation-method framework developed in the preceding DLUX project. Extensions to applied open-source frameworks will be made publicly available.

Duration
03/2019-02/2022

Funding
Austrian research funding association FFG, contract #867535, funding programme ICT of the Future (6th call of 2017)
of the Austrian Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology (BMVIT)

Partners
AVL List
EclipseSource
WU Wien
TU Wien

Project Website
HybridDLUX

Contact
Manuel Wimmer
Luca Berardinelli

HybridDLUX: Hybrid Domain-specific Language User EXperience

Publications

C. Burghard, L. Berardinelli: Visualizing Multi-dimensional State Spaces Using Selective Abstraction, 46th Euromicro Conference on Software Engineering and Advanced Applications (SEAA), Portoroz, Slovenia, virtual event, August 26-28, 2020. Doi: 10.1109/SEAA51224.2020.00032
Conference Article