Endomorphic modeling concepts for high-autonomy architectures

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ion Hierarchies A morphism can be represented as an object (in an object-oriented environment) that maps the structure parameters of one (usually more complex) model to the structure parameters of a second (usually simpler) model (Zeigler, 1984). We have implemented such a morphism class for mapping models of devices to the abstractions for event-based… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/08839519208949940

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@article{Zeigler1992EndomorphicMC, title={Endomorphic modeling concepts for high-autonomy architectures}, author={Bernard P. Zeigler}, journal={Applied Artificial Intelligence}, year={1992}, volume={6}, pages={19-43} }