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An Empirical Evolution of Frameworks Supporting Co-simulation Tool-chain Development for Cyber-physical System

Co-simulation has been found as an effective method for facilitating integrated simulation of multi-domain models of Cyber-physical Systems (CPS). To ensure that co-simulations are well-managed, more concerns about related tool-chains need to be addressed before development. In this paper, we first introduce an evolution process of two frameworks supporting co-simulation tool-chain development. In detail, a ’SPIT’ framework is proposed to support tool-chain development based on model-driven techniques. Then, in order to implement co-simulation more effectively and flexibly, we develop a service-oriented framework, ’SPIRIT’ framework based on model-driven and tool-integration techniques. Second, we propose a 3D viewpoint based method to formalize concept models of co-simulation tool-chain. Finally, in order to evaluate the evolution process, we compare tool-chains developed based on these two frameworks by using visualizations of related concept models.

Jinzhi Lu
KTH-Royal Insititute of Technology
Sweden

Didem Gürdür
KTH-Royal Insititute of Technology
Sweden

Dejiu Chen
KTH-Royal Insititute of Technology
Sweden

Jian Wang
University of Electronic Science and Technology of China
China

Martin Törngren
KTH-Royal Insititute of Technology
Sweden

 

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