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Embedded systems are omnipresent in modern society, and society crucially depends on their proper functioning. The complexity of embedded system design however is increasing rapidly, through the use of multiprocessor cores, through the integration of embedded systems in ubiquitous networks, and through the increasing interaction between embedded systems and their users and environments. To obtain a reliable operation of embedded systems while maintaining resource efficiency, the embedded system design process needs to be based on a solid basis of computational models. The workshop aims to bring together academic and industrial researchers in model-driven embedded system design, to discuss and advance the state-of-the-art in this field. The workshop focuses on the following question in particular: How can computational models be used to drive embedded system design such that performance, quality and resource constraints are met?
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