Yaniv Mordecai

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—Physical-Informatical Essence Duality (PIED) is the parallel existence of an entity as both an independent, mostly physical object, and its informatical representation. System models tend to neglect or ignore this dual representation and the two parallel manifestations of model entities. This may result in erroneous modeling and realization, as(More)
—Systems interact with real world entities, and must hold internal representations of these entities in order to handle them appropriately. Physical-informatical essence duality (PIED) is the parallel existence of the entity as both the original, usually physical source, and its informatical representation, as held by each agent interacting with the entity.(More)
— Physical-informatical essence duality (PIED) is the parallel existence of an entity as both the original, usually physical source, and its informatical representation, as held by each agent interacting with the entity. Software systems interacting with physical and real-world entities have to maintain internal representations of these entities in order to(More)
—We proposes a model-based systems engineering approach for representing and analyzing the perception and consideration of the presence of external entities by systems. This approach is inspired by the conceptual model-based systems biology paradigm we have previously proposed. The notion of presence and absence of surrounding objects, or occurrence of(More)
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