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A unified formalism for complex systems architecture

Abstract : Complex industrial systems are typically artificial objects designed by men, involving a huge number of heterogeneous components (e.g. hardware, software, or human organizations) working together to perform a mission. In this thesis, we are interested in modeling the functional behavior of such systems, and their integration. We will model real systems as functional black boxes (with an internal state), whose structure and behaviors can be described by the recursive integration of heterogeneous smaller subsystems. Our purpose is to give a unified and minimalist semantics for heterogeneous integrated systems and their integration.
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Boris Golden. A unified formalism for complex systems architecture. Modeling and Simulation. Ecole Polytechnique X, 2013. English. ⟨pastel-00827107v2⟩

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