impulse Meets the YAKINDU Statechart Tools
Statecharts may become very large and complex embedded systems may consist of many state machines
and other components. To understand the behavior of single state machines within their execution
context and their impact on the overall behavior of a system the application of methods execution
analysis and visualization are a proper way to gain this understanding.
impulse is a visualization and analysis workbench, which exactly provides tool support for such methods and enables engineers to understand and debug complex semiconductor and multi-core software systems. It also provides dedicated support for the analysis and of statecharts defined using the YAKINDU Statechart Tools. Using impulse, developers can relate signals and data from arbitrary sources to statechart execution and can visualize the data using a rich set of diagrams.
impulse YAKINDU Extension
YAKINDU Statechart Tools (itemis) offer an integrated modelling environment for the specification
and development of reactive, event-driven systems based on the concept of state machines. You can
develop and simulate state machines, generating them as source code for your target software
system. YAKINDU Statechart Tools are based on the open-source development platform Eclipse.
The impulse components are fully integrated into the Eclipse framework (Windows, Linux and OSX/Mac) and can be combined with a growing number of new Eclipse technologies and enhancements (IoT, language IDEs, reports, CM, etc.). This enables a seamless integration with YAKINDU Statechart Tools.
The impulse YAKINDU extension integrates the Statechart Tools and enables signal-oriented
simulation and visualization of YAKINDU state diagram models
(https://www.toem.de/index.php/products/impulse-yakindu). The extension is helpful for creation
(simulation with reference data) as well as for execution and tracing of the created state machine.
You may want to:
- Create and debug state diagram models
Use the graphical editor to create state chart models and simultaneously visualize the simulation output with impulse;
- Inject reference patterns and check output
Use the rich signal environment to create reference patterns, inject the patterns into the simulation and visualize/check the output;
- Trace state machines
Capture online or offline traces from the executable (e.g., embedded device) and visualize them with the state chart and other plots.
impulse YAKINDU comes with three extension elements:
- State chart production
With state chart production, you can feed YAKINDU state chart models with online or simulation data (e.g., events) and display the results of the simulation (e.g., states and variables) in diagrams and charts;
- State chart plot
The state chart plot enables current states (online or offline data) to be displayed at the current cursor/online position.
- YET Reader
The YET Reader (YAKINDU Execution Tracing) allows to read state machine traces (online/offline) from running executables.
impulse YAKINDU is available with impulse 2.0.x.
About itemis AG
itemis AG is an independent IT consulting company and supplier of products and services for efficient software development projects.
Core competence is the automation of software production through model-based development processes and the development of domain-specific languages.
"We are also very close to the world's most widely used development environment and open source community Eclipse with numerous projects and consulting and services".
Full details of itemis are available at https://www.itemis.com
About toem GmbH
toem GmbH was founded 2009 and is based in Germany near Duesseldorf.
The vision of toem is to assist developers in maximizing their potential by offering simple and pragmatic tools for boosting productivity.
„We are experts regarding eclipse tooling, efficient java, semiconductor and embedded multi-core software architectures and offer support and tools to maximize transparency and effectivity in technical domains.“
Full details of toem GmbH are available at https://www.toem.de