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=== WP2: Huge Models Support ===
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= WP2: Huge Models Support =
 
This is work package 2 of the [[Automotive Industry Working Group]].
 
This is work package 2 of the [[Automotive Industry Working Group]].
  
 
* WP Lead: ITEMIS (S. Eberle)
 
* WP Lead: ITEMIS (S. Eberle)
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== Intent ==
  
 
Already today automotive engineering models (e.g., AUTOSAR) have become so big that they are hardly manageable with file-based persistence and the 1.5 GB of memory on 32-bit machines. The results of this work package are meant to lay the basis for significantly improving the performance characteristics of Eclipse-based tools when handling real world automotive engineering models of today and making them proof for the future where model sizes are expected to grow up even more.
 
Already today automotive engineering models (e.g., AUTOSAR) have become so big that they are hardly manageable with file-based persistence and the 1.5 GB of memory on 32-bit machines. The results of this work package are meant to lay the basis for significantly improving the performance characteristics of Eclipse-based tools when handling real world automotive engineering models of today and making them proof for the future where model sizes are expected to grow up even more.
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== Concept ==
  
 
[[Category:Auto IWG]]
 
[[Category:Auto IWG]]

Revision as of 21:38, 31 January 2012

WP2: Huge Models Support

This is work package 2 of the Automotive Industry Working Group.

  • WP Lead: ITEMIS (S. Eberle)

Intent

Already today automotive engineering models (e.g., AUTOSAR) have become so big that they are hardly manageable with file-based persistence and the 1.5 GB of memory on 32-bit machines. The results of this work package are meant to lay the basis for significantly improving the performance characteristics of Eclipse-based tools when handling real world automotive engineering models of today and making them proof for the future where model sizes are expected to grow up even more.

Concept