Publication detail

General Hierarchical Network

MARTINEK, D.

Original Title

General Hierarchical Network

English Title

General Hierarchical Network

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

General Hierarchical Network (GHN) is a graph structure intended to description of hierarchical, heterogeneous models. It allows design of modular models that we can use again in more complex models. GHN defines a set of rules for right interconnection of constituent elements of the model -- thei interface. Every submodel can be modelled by using of different kind of formalism.

English abstract

General Hierarchical Network (GHN) is a graph structure intended to description of hierarchical, heterogeneous models. It allows design of modular models that we can use again in more complex models. GHN defines a set of rules for right interconnection of constituent elements of the model -- thei interface. Every submodel can be modelled by using of different kind of formalism.

Keywords

General hierarchical network, GHN, Japetus, heterogeneous modelling.

RIV year

2004

Released

24.05.2004

Location

Ostrava

ISBN

80-85988-98-4

Book

Proceedings of 38th International Conference MOSIS '04 Modelling and Simulation of Systems

Pages from

81

Pages to

86

Pages count

6

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT17122,
  author="David {Martinek}",
  title="General Hierarchical Network",
  annote="General Hierarchical Network (GHN) is a graph structure intended to
description of hierarchical, heterogeneous models. It allows design of
modular models that we can use again in more complex models. GHN
defines a set of rules for right interconnection of constituent
elements of the model -- thei interface. Every submodel can be modelled
by using of different kind of formalism.
", booktitle="Proceedings of 38th International Conference MOSIS '04 Modelling and Simulation of Systems", chapter="17122", year="2004", month="may", pages="81--86", type="conference paper" }