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Simulation-based analysis for real-time systems development

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3 Author(s)
Sheldon, F.T. ; Gen. Dynamics, Fort Worth, TX, USA ; Yang, S.-M. ; Bornejko, T.L.

The research approach presented focuses on the investigation of real-time distributed (RTD) systems development and simulation. The authors are developing a formalized simulation method for performance modeling and analysis of RTD systems. In more specific terms, a system model is defined as an abstraction of the RTD system, which consists of both a conceptual and physical model. The conceptual model controls activities which sense and control the dynamics of the functional description, while the physical model defines the structural architecture. The behavioral model is the visible part of the system which displays how the reactive and dynamic activities of the system are affected by different simulated environmental stresses. The authors investigate the modeling of discrete event systems in a distributed context, as well as problems of a nature related to the mapping of a simulation onto a parallel or distributed architecture.<>

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AUTOTESTCON '92. IEEE Systems Readiness Technology Conference, Conference Record

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21-24 Sept. 1992