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DEVS Framework for Systems Development: Unified Specification for Logical Analysis, Performance Evaluation and Implementation

  • T. G. Kim
  • S. M. Cho
  • W.B Lee
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Abstract

This paper presents a DEVS-based methodology for systems development. The methodology is a unified framework for developing real-time software systems in which logical analysis, performance evaluation, and implementation can be performed, all based on the DEVS formalism. Extended DEVS formalisms, namely Communicating DEVS for logical analysis and Real-time DEVS for implementation are given. Interpretation means associated with the formalisms are also given. An example of development of alternating bit protocol within the framework demonstrates effectiveness of the methodology.

Keywords

Logical Analysis Atomic Model Schedule Feasibility Discrete Event Model Cyclic Trajectory 
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  • T. G. Kim
  • S. M. Cho
  • W.B Lee

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