Safe predictable dynamic software updating

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Texas Instruments understands the challenges facing motor control developers, and provides materials and tools that significantly accelerate development and troubleshooting of motor-control systems.

Whereas there are some studies on the correctness of dynamic updating, they focus on how to deploy updates at the code level, e.g., if procedures refer to the data of correct types.

However, little attention has been paid to the correctness of the dynamic updating at the behavior level, e.g., if systems after being updated behave as expected, and if unexpected behaviors can never occur.

These tools help engineers learn how to easily construct their own systems using TI provided device drivers, APIs, utilities, and libraries.

Also described is Texas Instruments' motor control developer’s kits, software framework, and DMC library.

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