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A reliable validation strategy for driver assistance systems
Supplementing real test drives with virtual simulations offers enormous potential for designing an efficient validation process. Yet such testing must constantly be aligned with real driving situations and the underlying scenario catalogue must be expanded in an iterative process.
Authors: Marius Feilhauer, M. Sc. and Dr.-Ing. Jürgen …
ES1000.3 - Support Information – VME System for Rapid Prototyping, Measurement, and Calibration Applications
The ES1000.3 is a scalable and powerful VME system for the prototyping, measurement, and calibration of ECU functions.
ASCET-SE V6.2.1 Hotfix 1
This hotfix contains the most current bug fixes for ASCET-SE V6.2.1. The functionality of the bug fixes has been thoroughly tested and guaranteed. However, this hotfix has not been subject to the complete release tests of ASCET. Therefore, it is not possible to guarantee the usual high quality standards for this hotfix.
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Wanted to generate code for an virtual electronic control unit (VECU) in ISOLAR-EVE but received an error message. In this article, Steffen Roser (Support Engineer for Software Engineering at ETAS), shows how to solve this situation.
System constants are used like constants, and also created as define statements. Unlike constants, system constants can be implemented. They are always explicitly visible in the generated code. In this article, Steffen Roser (Support Engineer for Software Engineering at ETAS), describes how to create a system constant in ASCET.
The size of an array or matrix is determined when the element is created. In addition, ASCET allows the determination of variants in array/matrix sizes via system constants. In this article, Steffen Roser (Support Engineer Software Engineering at ETAS), describes how to create a variant array or a variant matrix in ASCET.