Cyber Physical Systems. Design, Modeling, and Evaluation: by Mohammad Reza Mousavi, Christian Berger

By Mohammad Reza Mousavi, Christian Berger

This publication constitutes the lawsuits of the fifth overseas Workshop on layout, Modeling, and review of Cyber actual structures, CyPhy 2015, held as a part of ESWeek 2015, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, in October 2015.

The 10 papers offered during this quantity have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from thirteen submissions. They generally interpret, from a various set of disciplines, the modeling, simulation, and assessment of cyber-physical systems.

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The satisfiability modulo theories library (SMTLIB) (2010). org 6. : CIF 3: model-based engineering of super´ visory controllers. , Havelund, K. ) TACAS 2014 (ETAPS). LNCS, vol. 8413, pp. 575–580. Springer, Heidelberg (2014) 7. : Safety verification of a controlled cooperative platoon under loss of communication using zonotopes. In: Proceedings of ADHS 2012, pp. 333–338. IFAC-PapersOnLine (2012) Current Challenges in the Verification of Hybrid Systems 23 8. Benchmarks of continuous and hybrid systems.

The sequence-based specification is associated with requirements engineering. As our primary goal was to improve the activities for validation and verification, we implemented it for test case derivation and automated test case execution and assessment. The modeling framework is described below. Enumeration Tool. It is highly recommended to perform the enumeration with tool support, especially, when changes become necessary in previous sequences during a enumeration. Tools can be found in the Internet such as Protoseq [18], written in Ruby, or REAL [1].

1. Function hierarchy complexity, the feasibility of applying this process is limited to functions with a manageable number of inputs and level of complexity. A safety relevant function with four inputs and simple timing conditions resulted in a TUM containing 35 states. In order to identify the approximately 230 state transitions, more than 600 sequences of stimuli had to be analyzed. To address this problem of complexity, the analysis of the requirements can help to reduce the necessary effort.

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