Explicit Modelling of Physical Measures: From Event-B to Java

@inproceedings{Gibson2017ExplicitMO,
  title={Explicit Modelling of Physical Measures: From Event-B to Java},
  author={J. Gibson and D. M{\'e}ry},
  booktitle={IMPEX/FM&MDD},
  year={2017}
}
The increasing development of cyber-physical systems (CPSs) requires modellers to represent and reason about physical values. This paper addresses two major, inter-related, aspects that arise when modelling physical measures. Firstly, there is often a heterogeneity of representation; for example: speed can be represented in many different units (mph, kph, mps, etc...). Secondly, there is inco- herence in composition; for example: adding a speed to a temperature would provide a meaningless… Expand
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