The Hierarchical Compositional Interchange Format

@inproceedings{Agut2010TheHC,
  title={The Hierarchical Compositional Interchange Format},
  author={D. E. Nadales Agut and Dirk A. van Beek and Harsh Beohar and Pieter J. L. Cuijpers and Jasper Fonteijn},
  booktitle={FMCO},
  year={2010}
}
In computer science, the development of hierarchical automata / statecharts has lead to stepwise development of complex discrete systems. Such a concept is absent in the Compositional Interchange Format (CIF), which is a modelling language based on hybrid automata. In this article we extend the CIF language with the concept of hierarchy, which results in the Hierarchical Compositional Interchange format (HCIF). Syntactically, hierarchy is introduced by adding three concepts to CIF: a hierarchy… CONTINUE READING

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