Component-Oriented Interoperation of Real-Time DEVS Engines (bibtex)
by Mohammad Moallemi, Gabriel Wainer, Federico Bergero, Rodrigo Castro
Abstract:
Model reuse and interoperability are cost and effort saving solutions for the simulation-driven development of embedded real-time systems. Different embedded systems share the same components (e.g. motors, sensors, actuators, controllers, etc), and remodeling them is costly in terms of time and effort. Instead, by combining different existing models, developers can improve productivity. To do so, we here present a generic lightweight interface for message transfers between DEVS models running on different DEVS-based tools. The idea is to allow defining component-based models to be deployed on different tools collaborating in real-time. The components work autonomously as separate DEVS models, and exchange messages at the input-output level over a network infrastructure. We present a proof of concept implementation in which we interfaced ECD++ and PowerDEVS, to DEVS-based tools.
Reference:
Component-Oriented Interoperation of Real-Time DEVS Engines (Mohammad Moallemi, Gabriel Wainer, Federico Bergero, Rodrigo Castro), 2011.
Bibtex Entry:
@CONFERENCE{ANS11,
  author = {Mohammad Moallemi, Gabriel Wainer, Federico Bergero, Rodrigo Castro},
  title = {Component-Oriented Interoperation of Real-Time DEVS Engines},
  booktitle = {44th Annual Simulation Symposium},
  year = {2011},
  address = {Boston, MA, USA},
  month = {April},
  abstract = {Model reuse and interoperability are cost and effort saving solutions
	for the simulation-driven development of embedded real-time systems.
	Different embedded systems share the same components (e.g. motors,
	sensors, actuators, controllers, etc), and remodeling them is costly
	in terms of time and effort. Instead, by combining different existing
	models, developers can improve productivity. To do so, we here present
	a generic lightweight interface for message transfers between DEVS
	models running on different DEVS-based tools. The idea is to allow
	defining component-based models to be deployed on different tools
	collaborating in real-time. The components work autonomously as separate
	DEVS models, and exchange messages at the input-output level over
	a network infrastructure. We present a proof of concept implementation
	in which we interfaced ECD++ and PowerDEVS, to DEVS-based tools.},
  keywords = {Discrete-Event Simulation, DEVS, Embedded Systems, Real-Time Simulation
	and Control, Simulation-Driven Engineering}
}
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