The distributed co-simulation protocol for the integration of real-time systems and simulation environments

@inproceedings{Krammer2018TheDC,
  title={The distributed co-simulation protocol for the integration of real-time systems and simulation environments},
  author={Martin Krammer and Martin Benedikt and Torsten Blochwitz and Khaled Alekeish and Nicolas Amringer and Christian Kater and Stefan Materne and Roberto Ruvalcaba and Klaus Schuch and Josef Zehetner and Micha Damm-Norwig and Viktor Schreiber and Natarajan Nagarajan and Isidro Corral and Tommy Sparber and Serge Klein and Jakob Andert},
  booktitle={SummerSim},
  year={2018}
}
Virtual system development gets more and more important in many industrial domains. It is considered to reduce development times, lower computing costs, and shorten time-to-market. Co-simulation is a particularly promising approach for modular and interoperable development. In practice the integration and coupling of heterogeneous systems still require enormous efforts. The configuration and operation of distributed hardware-in-the-loop systems and simulations contribute to efficiency of… CONTINUE READING

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