Dimitri Plotnikov

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Biological nervous systems exhibit astonishing complexity. Neuroscientists aim to capture this complexity by modeling and simulation of biological processes. Often very complex models are necessary to depict the processes, which makes it difficult to create these models. Powerful tools are thus necessary, which enable neuroscientists to express models in a(More)
Code generation from models is a core activity in model-driven development (MDD). For complex systems it is usually impossible to generate the entire software system from models alone. Thus, MDD requires mechanisms for integrating generated and handwritten code. Applying such mechanisms without considering their effects can cause issues in projects with(More)
Context: Consumer tests which assess safety features of modern vehicles have a tradition in Europe. Recently, such test protocols have been substantially extended to also cover active safety systems like Volkswagen's Front Assist. Objective: Simulations for passive safety systems are already a widely adopted approach during vehicle development and internal(More)
As a continuation of the OCL workshop during the MODELS 2013 conference in October 2013, a number of OCL experts decided to meet in November 2013 in Aachen for two days to discuss possible short term improvements of OCL for an upcoming OMG meeting and to envision possible future long-term developments of the language. This paper is a sort of “minutes of the(More)
Context: Since 2014 several modern cars were rated regarding the performances of their active safety systems at the European New Car Assessment Programme (EuroNCAP). Nowadays, consumer tests play a significant role for the OEM’s series development with worldwide perspective, because a top rating is needed to underline the worthiness of active safety(More)
Functional development of embedded software systems in the automotive industry is mostly done using models consisting of highly adjustable and potentially reusable components. A basic pre-requisite for reuse is structural compatibility of available component versions and variants. Since each vendor in the automotive domain uses its own toolchain with(More)
Based on Merlin's concept of integrative individuality, the following individual levels in types A and type B behavior were studied: psychological (character, locus of subjective control), psychophysiological (temperament, emotionality, psychomotor activity) and neurophysiological (behavioral, electrocortical, and vegetative activations). The distinction in(More)
Context: Recently, test protocols from organizations like European New Car Assessment Programme (EuroNCAP) were extended to also cover active safety systems. Objective: The official EuroNCAP test protocol for Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB)/Forward Collision Warning (FCW) systems explicitly defines to what extent a Vehicle-Under-Test (VUT) is allowed to(More)
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