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Classic and Adaptive AUTOSAR in MILS terms

Blasum. Holger; Tverdyshev, Sergey

MILS (Multiple Independent Levels of Safety and Security) also is also inspired from modular systems such as integrated modular avionics. 
There are differences though: automotive electronic control units are under much more cost pressure than their avionics counterparts, and Classic AUTOSAR was targeting rather simple systems, with an initial focus on runnables that are compiled together, and we will highlight the difference as well as the evolution of AUTOSAR Adaptive that is much closer to the avionic model. 
On the other hand, AUTOSAR has a very good standardization momentum, resulting in hundreds of available documents,  whereas the smaller MILS community has been less effusive. We map the AUTOSAR standards to MILS, to learn about (1) how well MILS systems can be used for AUTOSAR and vice-versa and (2) what other aspects the communities could mutually learn from.

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