Publication no #461
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|Architectural and Analytic Integration of Cyber-Physical System Models|
In ACM/IEEE 18th International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems, ACM Student Research Award Competition, Ottawa, Canada, 30 September - 2 October 2015. Gold Medal Winner.
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|Modeling methods for Cyber-Physical Systems
(CPS) originate in various engineering fields, and are difficult to
use together due to their heterogeneity. Inconsistencies between
mutually oblivious models and analyses often lead to implicit design
errors, which may cause catastrophic failures of critical CPS.
Such consistency issues are not fully solved by the state-of-the-art
integration methods, which lack generality, formal guarantees,
and effectiveness. To overcome these limitations and achieve
better integration, this paper outlines a two-level integration
approach based on architectural views and analysis contracts.
In particular, this paper proposes languages and algorithms
to specify and verify important integration properties, such as
correct analysis execution and rich consistency of architectural
views. According to the results to date, this approach shows
promise in detection and prevention of implicit errors, which
would be difficult to fix otherwise.
Keywords: Cyberphysical Systems.
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