Attributed Hierarchical Port Graphs and Applications

@article{Ene2017AttributedHP,
  title={Attributed Hierarchical Port Graphs and Applications},
  author={Nneka Chinelo Ene and Maribel Fern{\'a}ndez and Bruno Pinaud},
  journal={CoRR},
  year={2017},
  volume={abs/1802.06492},
  pages={2-19}
}
We present attributed hierarchical port graphs (AHP) as an extension of port graphs that aims at facilitating the design of modular port graph models for complex systems. AHP consist of a number of interconnected layers, where each layer defines a port graph whose nodes may link to layers further down the hierarchy; attributes are used to store user-defined data as well as visualisation and run-time system parameters. We also generalise the notion of strategic port graph rewriting (a particular… 

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