Preventing Information Loss in Incremental Model Synchronization by Reusing Elements

  title={Preventing Information Loss in Incremental Model Synchronization by Reusing Elements},
  author={Joel Greenyer and Sebastian Pook and Jan Rieke},
The development of complex mechatronic systems requires the close collaboration of multiple engineering disciplines. Hence, multidisciplinary system engineering approaches have been developed. However, the refinement of discipline-specific aspects of the system, for example the implementation of software controllers, still requires disciplinespecific models and tools. During the development, changes in these discipline-specific models may affect other disciplines’ models. Thus, inconsistencies… CONTINUE READING
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