Special Issue "Selected Papers from Modelica Conference 2021"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 October 2022) | Viewed by 5637
Interests: software and systems (SAS); programming environments; debugging, modeling and simulation, programming language design
Interests: software engineering, especially programming languages; high-level specification and modeling languages; programming and debugging tools and environments; parallel and multicore computing, compilers and compiler generators; tools and languages for object-oriented equation-based modeling and simulation; Modelica language
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Interests: language construction; requirement modeling; synchronous languages
Interests: programming languages (design, implementation, debugging, etc.) and integrated development tools
The Modelica Conference is the main event for users, library developers, tool vendors, and language designers to share their knowledge and learn about the latest scientific and industrial progress related to Modelica, the Functional Mockup Interface (FMI), System Structure and Parametrization (SSP), Distributed Co-Simulation Protocol (DCP), and eFMI.
Since the start of the collaborative design work for Modelica in 1996, Modelica has matured from an idea among a small number of dedicated enthusiasts to a widely accepted standard language for the modeling and simulation of cyber-physical systems.
The Modelica language was standardized by the non-profit Modelica Association, which enabled Modelica models to be portable between a growing number of tools.
Modelica is the language of choice for model-based systems engineering and is now used in many industries, including automotive, energy and process, aerospace, and industrial equipment.
The Modelica Association has since grown to include several projects supporting modeling and simulation, creating a family of inter-related standards complementing each other.
FMI is an open standard that defines a container and an interface to exchange dynamic models using a single file (an FMU).
SSP is a tool-independent standard to define complete systems consisting of one or more FMUs, including its parameterization, which can be transferred between simulation tools.
DCP is a platform and standard for the integration of models or real-time systems into simulation environments.
The eFMI tool enables the automatic transformation of higher-level acausal model representations (such as Modelica) to causal solutions suitable for integration in embedded systems.
Dr. Martin Sjölund
Prof. Dr. Peter Fritzson
Dr. Lena Buffoni
Dr. Adrian Pop
Dr. Lennart Ochel
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- cyber-physical systems
- modeling and simulation
- model-based systems