A Multi-Paradigm Approach Supporting the Modular Execution of Reconfigurable Hybrid Systems (bibtex)
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Abstract:
Advanced mechatronic systems have to integrate existing technologies from mechanical, electrical and software engineering. They must be able to adapt their structure and behavior at runtime by reconfiguration to react flexibly to changes in the environment. Therefore, a tight integration of structural and behavioral models of the different domains is required. This integration results in complex reconfigurable hybrid systems, the execution logic of which cannot be addressed directly with existing standard modeling, simulation, and code-generation techniques. We present in this paper how our component-based approach for reconfigurable mechatronic systems, Mechatronic UML, efficiently handles the complex interplay of discrete behavior and continuous behavior in a modular manner. In addition, its extension to even more flexible reconfiguration cases is presented.
Reference:
A Multi-Paradigm Approach Supporting the Modular Execution of Reconfigurable Hybrid Systems (Holger Giese, Stefan Henkler, Martin Hirsch), Technical report tr-ri-08-297, Computer Science Department, University of Paderborn, 2008.
Bibtex Entry:
@TechReport{GHH08a_ag,
AUTHOR = {Giese, Holger and Henkler, Stefan and Hirsch, Martin},
TITLE = {{A Multi-Paradigm Approach Supporting the Modular Execution of Reconfigurable Hybrid Systems}},
YEAR = {2008},
MONTH = {December},
NUMBER = {tr-ri-08-297},
INSTITUTION = {Computer Science Department, University of Paderborn},
ABSTRACT = {Advanced mechatronic systems have to integrate existing technologies from mechanical, electrical and software engineering. They must be able to adapt their structure and behavior at runtime by reconfiguration to react flexibly to changes in the environment. Therefore, a tight integration of structural and behavioral models of the different domains is required. This integration results in complex reconfigurable hybrid systems, the execution logic of which cannot be addressed directly with existing standard modeling, simulation, and code-generation techniques. We present in this paper how our component-based approach for reconfigurable mechatronic systems, Mechatronic UML, efficiently handles the complex interplay of discrete behavior and continuous behavior in a modular manner. In addition, its extension to even more flexible reconfiguration cases is presented. }
}
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