Xinhai Zhang

Xinhai Zhang

Ph.D. Student

Phone: +46 8 790 91 09
E-mail: xinhai@kth.se
Visiting address: Brinellvägen 83

Exploring for optimal system architecture

Research

My primary research interest is to provide automated support for system configuration of AUTOSAR architecutre with design space exploration (DSE) methodes. The purpose is to automaticly make optimal architectural decisions (e.g. the allocation of software components to ECUs) subject to the constraints from feasibility, resource utilization, timing, safety, etc.

Other research interests includes (1) architecture recovery for automotive embedded systems, which means to extract architectural model from implementational artifacts (e.g. source code); (2) timing analysis of distributed real-time systems and (3) varibility management of automotive embedded systems.

Teaching Assistant

  • MF2044 Embedded Systems for Mechatroncis, II

Supervision

Hojat Khosrowjerdi, Sorin-Dan Tatar, "Recovering and Modeling Sensor and Actuator Architecture in Automotive Embedded Systems", MSc. thesis, 2014.

Publications

X.Zhang, L. feng, D. Chen and M. Törngren, “Design-Space Reduction for Architectural Optimization of Automotive Embedded Systems”, IEEE 17th Inter. Conf. on High Performance Computing and Communications (HPCC), IEEE 7th Inter. Symposium on Cyberspace Safety and Security (CSS), and IEEE 12th International Conf. on Embedded Software and Systems (ICESS), 2015, pp. 1103-1109.

X. Zhang, D. Chen, M. Torngren, "Towards Design Space Exploration through EAST-ADL and AUTOSAR Modeling Frameworks", First Workshop on Cyber-Physical System Architectures and Design Methodologies (CPS-Arch), 2014.

X. Zhang, M. Persson, M. Nyberg, B. Mokhtari, A. Einarson, H. Linder, J. Westman, D. Chen, and M. Torngren, “Experience on applying software architecture recovery to automotive embedded systems,” in 2014 Software Evolution Week - IEEE Conference on Software Maintenance, Reengineering, and Reverse Engineering (CSMR-WCRE), 2014, pp. 379–382.

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