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Modeling and Simulating Cyber-Physical Systems using CyPhySim*
Edward A. Lee, Mehrdad Niknami, Thierry Nouidui, Michael Wetter

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Edward A. Lee, Mehrdad Niknami, Thierry Nouidui, Michael Wetter. "Modeling and Simulating Cyber-Physical Systems using CyPhySim*". EMSOFT, 4, October, 2015.

Abstract
This paper describes an open-source simulator for cyberphysical systems called CyPhySim that is based on Ptolemy II. This simulator supports classical (Runge-Kutta) and quantized-state simulation of ordinary differential equations, modal models (hybrid systems), discrete-event models, the Functional Mockup Interface (FMI) for model-exchange and co-simulation, discrete-time (periodic) systems, and algebraic loop solvers. CyPhySim provides a graphical editor, an XML file syntax for models, and an open API for programmatic construction of models. It includes an innovation called "smooth tokens," which allow for a blend of numerical and symbolic computation, and for certain kinds of system models, dramatically reducing the computation required for simulation.

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    Edward A. Lee, Mehrdad Niknami, Thierry Nouidui, Michael
    Wetter. <a
    href="http://chess.eecs.berkeley.edu/pubs/1108.html"
    >Modeling and Simulating Cyber-Physical Systems using
    CyPhySim*</a>, EMSOFT, 4, October, 2015.
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    Edward A. Lee, Mehrdad Niknami, Thierry Nouidui, Michael
    Wetter. "Modeling and Simulating Cyber-Physical Systems
    using CyPhySim*". EMSOFT, 4, October, 2015.
  • BibTeX
    @inproceedings{LeeNiknamiNouiduiWetter15_ModelingSimulatingCyberPhysicalSystemsUsingCyPhySim,
        author = {Edward A. Lee and Mehrdad Niknami and Thierry
                  Nouidui and Michael Wetter},
        title = {Modeling and Simulating Cyber-Physical Systems
                  using CyPhySim*},
        booktitle = {EMSOFT},
        day = {4},
        month = {October},
        year = {2015},
        abstract = {This paper describes an open-source simulator for
                  cyberphysical systems called CyPhySim that is
                  based on Ptolemy II. This simulator supports
                  classical (Runge-Kutta) and quantized-state
                  simulation of ordinary differential equations,
                  modal models (hybrid systems), discrete-event
                  models, the Functional Mockup Interface (FMI) for
                  model-exchange and co-simulation, discrete-time
                  (periodic) systems, and algebraic loop solvers.
                  CyPhySim provides a graphical editor, an XML file
                  syntax for models, and an open API for
                  programmatic construction of models. It includes
                  an innovation called "smooth tokens," which allow
                  for a blend of numerical and symbolic computation,
                  and for certain kinds of system models,
                  dramatically reducing the computation required for
                  simulation.},
        URL = {http://chess.eecs.berkeley.edu/pubs/1108.html}
    }
    

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