Sven Jäger

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—Analysis and validation using simulation is a helpful tool in systems engineering, but requires in-depth knowledge of various aspects of the system itself, the used model class(es), an appropriate software tool, and sometimes software engineering. Usually, this expertise is spread over a number of team members, and thus the development of a(More)
—Wireless sensor network technologies can be used for industrial embedded system design to save cabling cost and weight. However, their environment, architecture, and design issues are quite different from original sensor network applications. Simulation tools and system design environments have to be adapted to the special requirements, such as operational(More)
—The development of complex systems often leads to delays in integration and roll-out, massive cost overruns, and in many cases to sub-optimal solutions regarding system performance and robustness. In order to overcome these issues , model-based systems engineering methodologies can be employed. The application of simulation models in addition to system(More)
—Model-based analysis and validation using simulation is a helpful tool in the engineering of complex systems. This paper presents a tool chain for the model-based architectural design of avionic fiber-optic networks. A recently proposed framework for simulation-based domain-specific tools is the basis for the development. It supports a model-based design(More)
—Modern software frameworks for Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) methodologies are proprietary and commonly restricts to a poor choice of domain specific languages. Furthermore, the interoperablity and model interchange support between frameworks is a technically hard challenge. The industrial strength standard OMG MOF (Meta-Object Facility) is a(More)
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