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Center for Hybrid and Embedded Software Systems (CHESS)
Christopher Brooks, Edward A. Lee

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Christopher Brooks, Edward A. Lee. "Center for Hybrid and Embedded Software Systems (CHESS)". Talk or presentation, 11, February, 2010; Poster presented at the 2010 Berkeley EECS Annual Research Symposium (BEARS).

Abstract
"A cyber-physical system (CPS) integrates computing and communication capabilities with monitoring and / or control of entities in the physical world dependably, safely, securely, efficiently and in real-time." - S. Shankar Sastry The mission of the Center for Hybrid and Embedded Software Systems (CHESS) is to provide an environment for graduate research in cyber-physical systems by developing model-based and tool-supported design methodologies for real-time, fault tolerant software on heterogeneous distributed platforms that interact with the physical world. CHESS provides industry with innovative software methods, design methodology and tools while helping industry solve real-world problems. CHESS is defining new areas of curricula in engineering and computer science which will result in solving societal issues surrounding aerospace, automotive, consumer electronics and medical devices.

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    Christopher Brooks, Edward A. Lee. <a
    href="http://chess.eecs.berkeley.edu/pubs/654.html"><i>Center
    for Hybrid and Embedded Software Systems
    (CHESS)</i></a>, Talk or presentation,  11,
    February, 2010; Poster presented at the 2010 <a
    href="http://www.eecs.berkeley.edu/BEARS/"
    >Berkeley EECS Annual Research Symposium
    (BEARS)</a>.
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    Christopher Brooks, Edward A. Lee. "Center for Hybrid
    and Embedded Software Systems (CHESS)". Talk or
    presentation,  11, February, 2010; Poster presented at the
    2010 <a
    href="http://www.eecs.berkeley.edu/BEARS/"
    >Berkeley EECS Annual Research Symposium
    (BEARS)</a>.
  • BibTeX
    @presentation{BrooksLee10_CenterForHybridEmbeddedSoftwareSystemsCHESS,
        author = {Christopher Brooks and Edward A. Lee},
        title = {Center for Hybrid and Embedded Software Systems
                  (CHESS)},
        day = {11},
        month = {February},
        year = {2010},
        note = {Poster presented at the 2010 <a
                  href="http://www.eecs.berkeley.edu/BEARS/"
                  >Berkeley EECS Annual Research Symposium
                  (BEARS)</a>},
        abstract = {"A cyber-physical system (CPS) integrates
                  computing and communication capabilities with
                  monitoring and / or control of entities in the
                  physical world dependably, safely, securely,
                  efficiently and in real-time." - S. Shankar Sastry
                  The mission of the Center for Hybrid and Embedded
                  Software Systems (CHESS) is to provide an
                  environment for graduate research in
                  cyber-physical systems by developing model-based
                  and tool-supported design methodologies for
                  real-time, fault tolerant software on
                  heterogeneous distributed platforms that interact
                  with the physical world. CHESS provides industry
                  with innovative software methods, design
                  methodology and tools while helping industry solve
                  real-world problems. CHESS is defining new areas
                  of curricula in engineering and computer science
                  which will result in solving societal issues
                  surrounding aerospace, automotive, consumer
                  electronics and medical devices.},
        URL = {http://chess.eecs.berkeley.edu/pubs/654.html}
    }
    

Posted by Christopher Brooks on 4 Feb 2010.
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