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Formal Models in Software Development and Deployment: A Case Study

KOČÍ, R. JANOUŠEK, V.

Originální název

Formal Models in Software Development and Deployment: A Case Study

Anglický název

Formal Models in Software Development and Deployment: A Case Study

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Modeling, implementation, and testing are integral parts of system development process. Models usually serve for description of system architecture and behavior and are automatically or manually transformed into executable models or code in a programming language. Tests can be performed on implemented code or executable models; it depends on used design methodology. Although models can be transformed, the designer has to usually adapt resulted code manually. It can result in an inconsistency among design models and their realization and the further development, testing and debugging by means of prime models is impossible. This work summarizes the design methodology based on the formalism of Object Oriented Petri Nets combined with Discrete Event System Specification and demonstrates its usage in the system development and deployment on the simple robotic system case study. The goal is to use the same formalisms for system modeling as well as for system implementation, so that to keep designed models in the deployed system.

Anglický abstrakt

Modeling, implementation, and testing are integral parts of system development process. Models usually serve for description of system architecture and behavior and are automatically or manually transformed into executable models or code in a programming language. Tests can be performed on implemented code or executable models; it depends on used design methodology. Although models can be transformed, the designer has to usually adapt resulted code manually. It can result in an inconsistency among design models and their realization and the further development, testing and debugging by means of prime models is impossible. This work summarizes the design methodology based on the formalism of Object Oriented Petri Nets combined with Discrete Event System Specification and demonstrates its usage in the system development and deployment on the simple robotic system case study. The goal is to use the same formalisms for system modeling as well as for system implementation, so that to keep designed models in the deployed system.

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@article{BUT111592,
  author="Radek {Kočí} and Vladimír {Janoušek}",
  title="Formal Models in Software Development and Deployment: A Case Study",
  annote="Modeling, implementation, and testing are integral parts of system development
process. Models usually serve for description of system architecture and behavior
and are automatically or manually transformed into executable models or code in
a programming language. Tests can be performed on implemented code or executable
models; it depends on used design methodology. Although models can be
transformed, the designer has to usually adapt resulted code manually. It can
result in an inconsistency among design models and their realization and the
further development, testing and debugging by means of prime models is
impossible. This work summarizes the design methodology based on the formalism of
Object Oriented Petri Nets combined with Discrete Event System Specification and
demonstrates its usage in the system development and deployment on the simple
robotic system case study. The goal is to use the same formalisms for system
modeling as well as for system implementation, so that to keep designed models in
the deployed system.",
  address="NEUVEDEN",
  chapter="111592",
  edition="NEUVEDEN",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="NEUVEDEN",
  number="1",
  volume="7",
  year="2014",
  month="june",
  pages="266--276",
  publisher="NEUVEDEN",
  type="journal article - other"
}