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Co-simulation: State of the art

@article{Gomes2017CosimulationSO,
  title={Co-simulation: State of the art},
  author={Cl{\'a}udio Gomes and Casper Thule and David Broman and Peter Gorm Larsen and Hans Vangheluwe},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2017},
  volume={abs/1702.00686}
}
It is essential to find new ways of enabling experts in different disciplines to collaborate more efficient in the development of ever more complex systems, under increasing market pressures. One possible solution for this challenge is to use a heterogeneous model-based approach where different teams can produce their conventional models and carry out their usual mono-disciplinary analysis, but in addition, the different models can be coupled for simulation (co-simulation), allowing the study… Expand
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