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Object-oriented modeling with bond graphs and Modelica

@inproceedings{Broenink1999ObjectorientedMW,
  title={Object-oriented modeling with bond graphs and Modelica},
  author={Jan F. Broenink},
  year={1999}
}
A new modeling language, called Modelica, for physical systems modeling is being developed in an international effort. The main objective is to make it easy to exchange models and model libraries. The design of Modelica builds on non-causal modeling and the use of object-oriented constructs stemming from modern software development, (hierarchy, encapsulation) to facilitate reuse of models and model parts. Mapping bond graph models to Modelica code is in principle a straightforward process… 

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