Publication detail

The Heterogeneous Modelling Methods and Tools

RÁBOVÁ, Z., HRUBÝ, M., KOČÍ, R.

Original Title

The Heterogeneous Modelling Methods and Tools

English Title

The Heterogeneous Modelling Methods and Tools

Type

book chapter

Language

en

Original Abstract

In this paper, we would like to describe some topics in our long-term research of heterogeneous modelling. The process of creating complex models often requires different modelling methods and tools to be integrated. This paper provides a concise description of an object-oriented environment for creating composite models. The proposed approach is based on strict separation of processes working in a model and its structure coded as knowledge database. The basic environment is built up of a Prolog interpreter and SIMLIB simulation library made for C++.

English abstract

In this paper, we would like to describe some topics in our long-term research of heterogeneous modelling. The process of creating complex models often requires different modelling methods and tools to be integrated. This paper provides a concise description of an object-oriented environment for creating composite models. The proposed approach is based on strict separation of processes working in a model and its structure coded as knowledge database. The basic environment is built up of a Prolog interpreter and SIMLIB simulation library made for C++.

Keywords

heterogeneous simulation models, simulation methods and tools, Prolog, SIMLIB, object orientation, multi-models, multi-formalism

Released

07.09.2005

Publisher

Faculty of Electrical Engineering

Location

Praha

ISBN

8001033228

Book

Simulation Almanac 2005

Pages from

40

Pages to

50

Pages count

11

BibTex


@inbook{BUT55602,
  author="Zdeňka {Rábová} and Martin {Hrubý} and Radek {Kočí}",
  title="The Heterogeneous Modelling Methods and Tools",
  annote="In this paper, we would like to describe some topics in our long-term research of heterogeneous modelling. The process of creating complex models often requires different modelling methods and tools to be integrated. This paper provides a concise description of an object-oriented environment for creating composite models. The proposed approach is based on strict separation of processes working in a model and its structure coded as knowledge database. The basic environment is built up of a Prolog interpreter and SIMLIB simulation library made for C++.",
  address="Faculty of Electrical Engineering",
  booktitle="Simulation Almanac 2005",
  chapter="55602",
  institution="Faculty of Electrical Engineering",
  year="2005",
  month="september",
  pages="40--50",
  publisher="Faculty of Electrical Engineering",
  type="book chapter"
}