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Scientific Results

Here you can find a selection of the most important research results resulting of PROGRESS. We present the different research directions (subprojects) of PROGRESS and their respective main scientific results. Below, we will present the 7 research directions of PROGRESS and their main scientific achievements in the following order:

  1. Component Model, Development Environment and Process Research Direction
  2. Platform/Deployment Research Direction
  3. Formal Modeling of Timing and Resources Research Direction
  4. Dependability Research Direction
  5. Static Analysis Research Direction
  6. Componentization of Legacy Research Direction
  7. Legacy Property Prediction Research Direction
We have organized these research direction in the following three mutually supportive research areas (with their corresponding research direction leaders):
  • Component-based development, which is sub-structured into the following research directions:
    • Component Model, Development Environment and Process Research Direction (Ivica Crnkovic & Jan Carlson)
    • Platform/Deployment Research Direction (Mikael Sjödin)
  • Predictability, which is sub-structured into the following research directions:
    • Formal Modeling of Timing and Resources Research Direction (Paul Pettersson)
    • Dependability Research Direction (Sasikumar Punnekkat)
    • Static Analysis Research Direction (Björn Lisper)
  • Legacy, which is sub-structured into the following research directions:
    • Componentization of Legacy Research Direction (Thomas Nolte)
    • Legacy Property Prediction Research Direction (Thomas Nolte & Johan Kraft)

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