WATERS Industrial Challenge proposed by Bosch GmbH
The Bosch industrial challenge is proposed by Arne Hamann, Simon Kramer, Martin Lukasiewycz, Michael Pressler, Dakshina Dasari, Falk Wurst and Dirk Ziegenbein from Bosch GmbH.
The challenge consists in providing concepts for realizing implicit and LET communication, then assessing their impact on the end-to-end latency along a set of given cause-effect chains in a full blown engine management software.
Latest version of the challenge
- A new version of the challenge is expected for 2019. More information here.
- The latest version of the challenge is available here.
- The description of the challenge (with an outdated model) and a thread of questions related to it are available here.
- Additional information can be found in the presentation of the 2016 version of the challenge here and there.
For questions and comments, register on the WATERS community forum and post here.
A bit of history
- The challenge is based on the paper "Real world automotive benchmark for free" presented at WATERS 2015.
- A first version of the challenge was proposed at WATERS 2016.
- A consolidated version was proposed at WATERS 2017.
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