Maria Brielmann

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One of the main challenges of information technology is the development of heterogeneous systems consisting of digital and analogue parts. In this paper a technique for the common modelling of the diierent system parts and their interfaces is shown that allows to develop all parts of the system in a consistent manner. This technique is based on extensions(More)
An open, extensible, administrative data schema that is based on EDIF is presented. The schema closely reflects the hardware design process. Thus, it enables the realization of central design management services. The use of a common schema implemented with the help of an object management system allows the integrated tools to share the data covered by this(More)
Hybrid Mechatronic Systems consisting of continuous and discrete system parts put special requirements on the specification and simulation techniques. Within this paper the electric windows of a car are used as a case study to evaluate our ideas in this area. For the specification of the continuous part (e.g. the motor) a description in DSL [8] or a block(More)
In this paper a model is presented which allows the concurrent engineering of heterogeneous systems. Such systems consist of quite diierent elements showing both digital and analogue behaviour. Extensions of Petri nets are used as basic modelling technique. Such nets have frequently been used for the modelling of digital elements. We show that it is also(More)
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