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Towards Semantical DSMLs for Complex or Cyber-Physical Systems

Abstract : MDE is nowadays applied in the context of software engineering for complex or cyber-physical systems, to build models of physical systems that can then be verified and simulated before they are built and deployed. This article focuses on DSMLs direct formal verification and simulation of their dynamic semantics. By “direct”, we mean without transforming the DSML description into an automata-like one. This paper presents xviCore, a metamdeling language to create DSMLs equipped with an abstract syntax, a concrete syntax and a dynamic semantics. We exemplify xviCore by an integration of a metamodeling language and a formal behavioral modeling language, based on the blackboard design pattern. Formal verification techniques based on the Linear Temporal Logic (LTL) and the Temporal Boolean Difference can be then applied as demonstrated by the proposed approach.
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Blazo Nastov, Vincent Chapurlat, Christophe Dony, François Pfister. Towards Semantical DSMLs for Complex or Cyber-Physical Systems. ENASE: Evaluation of Novel Approaches to Software Engineering, Apr 2016, Rome, Italy. pp.115-123, ⟨10.5220/0005768201150123⟩. ⟨lirmm-01377565⟩



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