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Among the key characteristics of cyber-physical systems are the ability to adapt to changes during operation, the multidimensional complexity of multi-functionality and the underlying heterogeneous distributed architecture, as well as resource use efficiency. In this paper, we propose a compositional multi-modal approach to modeling, analyzing, and designing such systems. We introduce a general framework for modeling and compositional analysis of multi-mode systems on a distributed architecture that facilitates adaptivity, efficient use of resources, and incremental integration. We present some preliminary results, and we describe some of the remaining challenges and future directions.
Phan, Linh T.X. and Lee, Insup, "Towards a Compositional Multi-Modal Framework for Adaptive Cyber-Physical Systems" (2011). Departmental Papers (CIS). Paper 472.
Date Posted: 07 September 2011
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