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MPM4CPS - Multi-Paradigm Modelling for Cyber-Physical Systems

The Automated Software Engineering Team is partner (core of the proposal team, and represented in the management board) in a EU funded 4 years long European Concerted Research Action (ICT COST Action IC1404 ) named "Multi-Paradigm Modelling for Cyber-Physical Systems". The action involves several academic and industrial partners in UK, BE, DK, DE, GR, FR, IT, PT, ES, SW, CH, RO, NO, HU, BU, CR, SR, SL, MA, BO.


Technical Note:

Truly complex, designed systems, known as Cyber Physical Systems (CPS), are emerging that integrate physical, software, and network aspects. To date, no unifying theory nor systematic design methods, techniques and tools exist for such systems. Individual (mechanical, electrical, network or software) engineering disciplines only offer partial solutions. Multi-paradigm Modelling (MPM) proposes to model every part and aspect of a system explicitly, at the most appropriate level(s) of abstraction, using the most appropriate modelling formalism(s). Modelling languages’ engineering, including model transformation, and the study of their semantics, are used to realize MPM. MPM is seen as an effective answer to the challenges of designing CPS. We aim to promote the sharing of foundations, techniques, and tools and to provide educational resources, to both academia and industry. This will be achieved by bringing together and disseminating knowledge and experiments on CPS problems and MPM solutions.


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Coordinated by: University of Antwerpen

Project Type: PI ( International basic research or R&D projects )

Funding Entity: European Union


Start Date: 2014-12-01 / Efective Start Date: 0000-00-00

End Date: 2018-12-01 / Efective End Date: 0000-00-00


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