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In this chapter we discuss another modeling and simulation environment that supports both development and storage of families of DEVS models for Systems of Systems. Component-based System Modeler (CoSMo) is grounded in a unified logical, persistence, and visual model development concept. We show how you can develop; store, retrieve, and instantiate DEVS SoS models such as those for service oriented and cloud systems (Chaps. 14 and 15). We develop a unified concept supporting logical, visual, and persistence modeling and simulation framework (CoSMoS) which lends itself for data (XML-Schema) modeling and XML Schema code as well as cellular automata modeling. We show how the concept of SW/HW co-design for systems of systems fits seamlessly into the CoSMoS framework. While being based on the same underlying concepts of DEVS model construction, MS4 Me™ and CoSMoS offer somewhat different perspectives on support for SoS model construction.
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- Model Repositories for Systems of Systems
Bernard P. Zeigler
Hessam S. Sarjoughian
- Springer London