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Architecture Analysis and Design Language (AADL) Annex D: Behavior Model Annex
- Aerospace Standard
Published August 22, 2017 by SAE International in United States
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This Architecture Analysis and Design Language (AADL) Annex D: Behavior Model Annex standard document was prepared by the SAE AS-2C Architecture Description Language Subcommittee, Embedded Computing Systems Committee, Aerospace Avionics Systems Division.
The purpose of the Behavior Model Annex is to enable modeling of component and component interaction behavior in a state-machine based annex sublanguage. The Behavior Model Annex language was originally published as AS5506/2 in 2011. The language addresses a number of errata and improvements to align with the AADL V2.2 core language AS5506C published January 2017. These errata and changes have been approved by the committee.
The Behavior Model Annex was originally published as part of AS5506/2, a volume of three annexes. In the future, each published Annex to AADL has its own number starting with the revised Behavior Model Annex as AS5506/3.
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