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Engineering | Arizona Center for Integrative Modeling and Simulation

Projects

  • AADL-DEVS:  A framework supporting Architecture Analysis and Design Language (AADL) and DEVS formalism. In this framework, the AADL is extended with a DEVS annex that is supported with the DEVS-Suite Simulator.

  • Action Level Real-Time (ALRT) DEVS Modeling:  Methods for hard real-time specification of parallel DEVS models. The objective is to provide “resource-aware” simulation execution.

  • Composable Heterogeneous Cellular Automata with KIB:  This research extends the Knowledge Interchange Broker (KIB)  approach for cellular automata models. This approach is aimed at composing different component-based (agent) cellular automata 2D models that vary in their scales and complexity.

  • DEVS-Suite Simulator:  The DEVS-Suite simulator is ongoing research focused on offering a state-of-the-art modular, component-based simulator architecture supporting complementary textual, run-time animation, and rich linear and super-dense run-time trajectory visualizations using the Eclipse framework.

  • EMF-DEVS Modeling:  Concepts and methods are being studied in support of meta-level modeling of parallel DEVS modeling using the Eclipse Modeling Framework. The goal is automatic model verification with support for simulation validation.

  • Hybrid Food, Energy, and Water (FEW) Models:  In this research concepts, methods, and a framework are being developed such that existing models are componentized as web-services for studying Food-Water-Energy systems. The framework employs the KIB approach to simulating the interactions in the FEW systems needed for understanding and long-term policy planning.

  • Knowledge Interchange Broker (KIB) Model Development and Simulation:  An industrial-strength platform supporting scalable and flexible modeling and execution of interactions among DEVS, Linear Programming, and statistical data mining models is under development.

  • Network-on-Chip (NoC) Simulator:  A collection of models have been developed for action-level simulation of NoC. These models, together with their physical counterparts, can provide a hybrid platform for early executable NoC designs.

  • Neuronal and Cognitive Systems:  This interdisciplinary research topic aims at modeling and simulating neurocognitive systems.

  • Visual and Persistence Modeling of Parallel Atomic Models in CoSMoS:  Support visually specifying meta-level behaviors of atomic model operations. They must conform to the abstract DEVS model specification and can also be stored in relational databases.