Departmental Papers (CIS)

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Conference Paper

Date of this Version

8-1-2011

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Suggested Citation:
Phan, L.T.X. and Lee, I. (2011). Towards a Compositional Multi-Modal Framework for Adaptive Cyber-Physical Systems. 1st International Workshop on Cyber-Physical Systems, Networks, and Applications (CPSNA), Toyama, Japan, Aug 2011 (Invited paper).

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Abstract

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.

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Date Posted: 07 September 2011

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