Thursday, September 8, 2016

Model-based Development of Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System for Heterogeneous Multi-Core Architectures


The aerospace domain, very much similar to other cyber-physical systems domains such as automotive or automation, is demanding new methodologies and approaches for increasing performance and reducing cost, while maintaining safety levels and programmability. I am presenting a paper on model-based development of Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System (EGPWS) for heteregeneous multi-core architectures in ASIM 2016 23. Symposium Simulationstechnik. The work is being carried out within the scope of EU H2020 project ARGO (WCET-Aware Parallelization of Model-Based Applications for Heterogeneous Parallel Systems). This initial publication includes the proposed appoach and systems modeling effort

Friday, September 2, 2016

What is your favorite model-driven simulation paper?

After Andreas Tolk published his "Avoiding another green elephant - a proposal for the next generation HLA based on the model driven architecture" paper in 2002 Fall Simulation Interoperability Workshop, we have to chance read various papers, book chapters even books about application of model-driven practices for the engineering of simulation systems. Almost 15 years after this paper, this year, we are making a dedicated symposium, MOD4SIM, within SpringSim that addresses model-driven approaches to simulation engineering. I would like to kindly invite you to the LinkedIn group that we launched for  MOD4SIM. In this group, I just started a discussion with asking your favorite model-driven simulation papers. Please contribute our discussion with your comments.