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Design of a Motorcycle Engine Control Unit Using an Integrated Control-Implementation Approach
Published April 19, 2004 by University of Salerno in Italy
The design of automotive control systems is becoming increasingly complex as the level of performance required by car manufactures grows continuously and the constraints on cost and development time imposed by the market become tighter. A successful design, without costly and time-consuming re-design cycles, can be achieved only by using an efficient design methodology that allows for component re-use and evaluation of platform requirements at the early stages of the design flow. In this paper, we illustrate the application of an integrated control-implementation design methodology, recently proposed by our group, to the development of the top few layers of abstraction in the design flow of an engine control system for motorcycles.
- Maria D. Di Benedetto - DIEL, Università dell'Aquila
- Giovanni Girasole - DIEL, Università dell'Aquila
- Andrea Balluchi - PARADES
- Alberto Ferrari - PARADES
- Alberto L. Sangiovanni-Vincentelli - PARADES and University of California at Berkeley
- Giovanni Gaviani - Magneti Marelli Powertrain
- Claudio Grossi - Magneti Marelli Powertrain
- Walter Nesci - Magneti Marelli Powertrain
- Michele Pennese - Magneti Marelli Powertrain