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Statemachine Matching in BOM Based Model Composition

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Statemachine Matching in BOM Based Model Composition
Base Object Model (BOM) is a component-based standard designed to support reusability and Composability. Reusability helps in reducing time and cost of the development of a simulation process. Composing predefined components such as BOMs is a well known approach to achieve reusability. However, there is a need for a matching mechanism to identify whether a set of components are composable or not. Although BOM provides good model representation, it lacks capability to express semantic and behavioral matching. In this paper we propose an approach for matching behavior of BOM components by matching their statemachines. Our proposed process includes a static and a dynamic matching phase. In the static matching phase, we apply a set of rules to validate the structure of statemachines. In the dynamic matching e execute the statemachines together at an abstract level on our proposed execution framework. We have developed this framework using the State Chart Extensible Markup Language (SCXML)...
Imran Mahmood, Rassul Ayani, Vladimir Vlassov, Far
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where DSRT
Authors Imran Mahmood, Rassul Ayani, Vladimir Vlassov, Farshad Moradi
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