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The routine design–modular distributed modeling platform for distributed routine design and simulation-based testing of distributed assemblies

M. Taner Eskil, Jon Sticklen, Clark Radcliffe
2007 Artificial intelligence for engineering design, analysis and manufacturing  
In our research, we leverage the modular distributed modeling (MDM) methodology to simulate the interaction of design components in an assembly.  ...  In this paper we describe a conceptual framework and implementation of a tool that supports task-directed, distributed routine design (RD) augmented with simulation-based design testing.  ...  Parts of this work were completed in the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, Işık University, and the Vision and Pattern Analysis Laboratory, Sabanci University, with the support of EU SPICE Project FP6  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0890060408000012 fatcat:gaj2q4tuwnbojpeubrmex6pfpu

Integrating vendors into cooperative design practices

Mustafa Taner Eskil, Jon Sticklen
2009 CoDesign - International Journal of CoCreation in Design and the Arts  
these components in an assembly, running simulations for design testing, and publishing the approved product model as a secured MDM agent.  ...  We augment MDM methodology with Routine Design (RD) methods to realize a platform (RD-MDM) that enables automatic selection of secured off-the-shelf design components over the Internet, integration of  ...  The second problem stems from the unavailability of automated tools that are capable of both distributed design and simulation-based design testing over the Internet.  ... 
doi:10.1080/15710880902921224 fatcat:2chs7nhtgzeotltgu2s6wpudz4

The Research and Development of Integrated Operation-Maintenance Simulation Training System

Feng Gao, Xiue Zhang, Lianzheng Zhao
2014 Journal of Power and Energy Engineering  
This article gives an introduction of a simulation training system which is designed for operation-skills training in electrical systems.  ...  By the composition of the multiple subjects and skills training for operations staff, this system can provide human guarantee and intellectual support for the "Big-Centralized Overhal".  ...  The system provides visual and componentized secondary device modeling tools, implements secondary equipment (equipment, circuit) of modular modeling based on graph model, establishes a foundation for  ... 
doi:10.4236/jpee.2014.24063 fatcat:p5vqrmed5ffjbf5fzt7gwfclu4

A model-driven approach to multidisciplinary collaborative simulation for virtual product development

Heming Zhang, Hongwei Wang, David Chen, Gregory Zacharewicz
2010 Advanced Engineering Informatics  
The design and development of complex artifacts and systems is shifting towards a distributed and collaborative paradigm.  ...  The simulation environments for such a paradigm, therefore, need to take into account the cooperation between design teams, i.e. supporting multidisciplinary simulation in a distributed environment.  ...  Acknowledgements This paper is supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant No.60674079) and the Key Laboratory of Beijing Simulation Centre (Grant No. B0420060524).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.aei.2009.07.005 fatcat:ok6ioo3yk5er7lo3kfqavzayxu

A Unified Model for Co-simulation and Co-synthesis of Mixed Hardware/Software Systems [chapter]

C.A. Valderrama, A. Changuel, P.V. Raghavan, M. Abid, T. Ben Ismail, A.A. Jerraya
2002 Readings in Hardware/Software Co-Design  
This approach addresses the modeling of communication between the hardware and software modules at different abstraction levels and for different design tools.  ...  A system is viewed as a set of communicating hardware(VHDL) and software(C) sub-systems. The same C, VHDL descriptions can be used for both co-simulation and hardware-software co-synthesis.  ...  Introduction The goal of this work is to develop a methodology for the design of highly modular and flexible electronic systems including both software and hardware.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-155860702-6/50053-3 fatcat:kzbedvvou5bpxn3wt46qptgfqi

BDAQ53, a Versatile Pixel Detector Readout and Test System for the ATLAS and CMS HL-LHC Upgrades [article]

Michael Daas, Yannick Dieter, Jochen Dingfelder, Markus Frohne, Georgios Giakoustidis, Fabian Hügging, Hans Krüger, David-Leon Pohl, Tomasz Hemperek, Florian Hinterkeuser, Jens Janssen, Piotr Rymaszewski (+4 others)
2020 arXiv   pre-print
These chips are designed for the upgrade of the inner tracking detectors of the ATLAS and CMS experiments.  ...  BDAQ53 is a readout system and verification framework for hybrid pixel detector readout chips of the RD53 family.  ...  Figure 5 : 5 Simulation environment, based on an HDL simulator and a Cocotb interface layer to connect to test routines written in Python.  ... 
arXiv:2005.11225v2 fatcat:rpzhc5lqrnglhnjtzqdmtlz7ta

The Cactus Framework and Toolkit: Design and Applications [chapter]

Tom Goodale, Gabrielle Allen, Gerd Lanfermann, Joan Massó, Thomas Radke, Edward Seidel, John Shalf
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We then describe the design of the latest release of Cactus (Version 4.0) a complete rewrite of earlier versions, which enables highly modular, multi-language, parallel applications to be developed by  ...  We first motivate by example the need for such frameworks to support multi-platform, high performance applications across diverse communities.  ...  Originally an outgrowth of work in the NCSA numerical relativity group in the early 1990's, the first framework with the name Cactus was developed at the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-36569-9_13 fatcat:qrrekxpcivghpdvcurp7dqbbtq

URDME: a modular framework for stochastic simulation of reaction-transport processes in complex geometries

Brian Drawert, Stefan Engblom, Andreas Hellander
2012 BMC Systems Biology  
The core simulation routines are logically separated from the model building interface and written in a low-level language for computational efficiency.  ...  Since the overall design effectively hides the complexity of managing the geometry and meshes, this means that newly developed methods may be tested in a realistic setting already at an early stage of  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to acknowledge the contribution by Josef Cullhed to the implementation of an early version of the software and Mark Sturrock for his thorough testing of the beta-release.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1752-0509-6-76 pmid:22727185 pmcid:PMC3439286 fatcat:h4mt2ntz7jgzbhly42qx6peore

Current Status and On-Going Development of VTT's Kraken Core Physics Computational Framework

Jaakko Leppänen, Ville Valtavirta, Antti Rintala, Ville Hovi, Riku Tuominen, Jussi Peltonen, Markus Hirvensalo, Eric Dorval, Unna Lauranto, Rebekka Komu
2022 Energies  
The Kraken computational framework is a new modular calculation system designed for coupled core physics calculations.  ...  In addition to conventional large PWRs and BWRs, Kraken is intended to be used for the modeling of SMRs and emerging non-LWR technologies.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/en15030876 fatcat:kitrldfsqvcntp5wpes5jdegcu

Pushpin Computing System Overview: A Platform for Distributed, Embedded, Ubiquitous Sensor Networks [chapter]

Joshua Lifton, Deva Seetharam, Michael Broxton, Joseph Paradiso
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
A hardware and software platform has been designed and implemented for modeling, testing, and deploying distributed peer-to-peer sensor networks comprised of many identical nodes.  ...  Each node possesses the tangible affordances of a commonplace pushpin to meet ease-of-use and power considerations.  ...  The authors would like to give thanks to the sponsors of the MIT Media Lab for their generous support, and in particular to Steelcase, Inc. for donating the power substrate used in the Pushpin project.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45866-2_12 fatcat:szyukdozrfgx3ccgqb5gxfffsa

PortOS

Benjamin Atkin, Emin Gün Sirer
2002 Proceedings of the 33rd SIGCSE technical symposium on Computer science education - SIGCSE '02  
It focuses particularly on ad-hoc and peer-to-peer distributed computing on mobile devices.  ...  In this paper, we describe PortOS, an educational operating system designed to complement undergraduate and graduate level classes on operating systems.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank the 414/415 class of spring 2001 who had to work the bugs out of the first version of this course, and Sunny Gleason, for his help with the WinCE port.  ... 
doi:10.1145/563340.563384 dblp:conf/sigcse/AtkinS02 fatcat:uetlr6aaxvhhnlmdsbujgtenqq

Generating test cases for marine safety and security scenarios: a composition framework

Hamed Shahir, Uwe Glässer, Roozbeh Farahbod, Piper Jackson, Hans Wehn
2012 Security Informatics  
In this paper we address the problem of testing complex computer models for infrastructure protection and emergency response based on detailed and realistic application scenarios using advanced computational  ...  To simplify this task, we introduce here the conceptual design of a Vignette Generator that has been developed and tested in an industrial research project.  ...  Acknowledgements The work presented here has been funded by MDA Corporation, MITACS, and NSERC under NSERC Collaborative Research and Development Grant No. 342503-06.  ... 
doi:10.1186/2190-8532-1-4 fatcat:r3gbgoxhlbanpjktfufnu6xjue

Customized Product Development Supported by Integrated Information

Mitja Varl, Jože Duhovnik, Jože Tavčar
2021 Journal of Industrial Information Integration  
Goal of this research was to develop the product information model and smart supporting tools for customization and integrate them into the design process.  ...  Based on a systematic analysis of the sample company, this paper proposes a model for the complete renewal of information systems and of working methodology, where reorganization is demonstrated in an  ...  Acknowledgement The authors would like to thank the company Kolektor ETRA d.o.o. for supporting the project and for sharing the project implementation details.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jii.2021.100248 fatcat:mh6udbudyfd5ndfbvwizpyc4hm

Synthetic biology design to display an 18kDa rotavirus large antigen on a modular virus-like particle

Linda H.L. Lua, Yuanyuan Fan, Cindy Chang, Natalie K. Connors, Anton P.J. Middelberg
2015 Vaccine  
Here we use a combination of molecular dynamic simulation and experiment to reveal two key design principles for VLPs.  ...  However, the field of modular VLP design is immature, and robust design principles are yet to emerge, particularly for larger antigenic structures.  ...  We thank Robert Garcea at the University of Colorado for the plasmid carrying VP1 gene and Barbara Coulson at the University of Melbourne for kind gift of anti-VP8* monoclonal antibody.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.vaccine.2015.09.017 pmid:26387437 fatcat:n7vy74zj7veyroqcnupn5dw7ty

A software platform for nanoscale device simulation and visualization

Marek Gayer, Giuseppe Iannaccone
2009 2009 International Conference on Advances in Computational Tools for Engineering Applications  
and reviewing the NanoFEM platform design and components. 18  ...  The simulation in NanoFEM platform is based on solving partial differential equations corresponding to physical processes in modelled devices.  ...  interface for communicating low level routines (functions) for evaluating and assembling finite element variational forms (UFC).  ... 
doi:10.1109/actea.2009.5227880 fatcat:pnn37b45vjdwfhs2dn7n2xix2m
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