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Adapting the CIM model to describe electrified railway systems
Computers in Railways XI
The Common Information Model (CIM) is a standard based on UML that is used to precisely describe electric networks. It has been developed by the electric power industry to allow an easy exchange of information between different IT platforms and different companies. Practical implementation of the CIM model uses XML for data exchanging and thus benefits of the XML advantages (portability, extendibility, human readable...) as its syntax checking mechanisms (well formedness check and validationdoi:10.2495/cr080381 fatcat:pcn2wshy5vcczfuvfwup3f5iva