Sofiane Boukelkoul

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Complex systems are made of many elementary components in interaction. To model such systems, it is generally more convenient to decompose them into subsystems that are simpler to handle. This new division is to be made in a methodical way, by identification and complete definition of the various structures, actions and interactions of those subsystems. In(More)
Complex systems are characterized not only by the diversity of their components, but also by the interconnections and interactions between them. For modeling such systems, we often need several formalisms and we must concern ourselves with the coexistence of heterogeneous models. This objective can be achieved by using multi-modeling. The transformation of(More)
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