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1995
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Compositional and Uniform Modelling of Hybrid Systems

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Compositional and Uniform Modelling of Hybrid Systems
This paper discusses fundamentals of hybrid system modelling. Emphazis is put on compositionality and the use of multiform time. Compositionality refers to the ability of freely composing hybrid systems. Since hybrid systems are considered, different time indices occur, and modularity calls for considering “time” as local to each module, this is what is called multiform time. The proposed framework is behavioral, hence a way is provided to automatically synthesize proper scheduling constraints for the joint simulation of discrete time, event based, and continuous time components. Finally, the relations of this model with the more traditional state based point of view are discussed.
Albert Benveniste
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Type Conference
Year 1995
Where HYBRID
Authors Albert Benveniste
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