Integrating AADL and FMI to Extend Virtual Integration Capability [article]

Jérôme Hugues, Jean-Marie Gauthier, Raphaël Faudou
<span title="2018-02-15">2018</span> <i > arXiv </i> &nbsp; <span class="release-stage" >pre-print</span>
Virtual Integration Capability is paramount to perform early validation of Cyber Physical Systems. The objective is to guide the systems engineer so as to ensure that the system under design meets multiple criteria through high-fidelity simulation. In this paper, we present an integration scheme that leverages the FMI (Functional Mock-Up interface) standard and the AADL architecture description language. Their combination allows for validation of systems combining embedded platform captured by
more &raquo; ... he AADL, and FMI components that represent physical elements, either mechanical parts, or the environment. We present one approach, and demonstrator case studies.
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