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Automatic generation of object-oriented code from DEVS graphical specifications

Abstract : The paper presents an approach to automatically generate object-oriented code from DEVS graphical model specification. Afterward the generated DEVS code is given to the LSIS DME DEVS simulator to execute the corresponding behavior. This research is driven by the idea that the user of M&S, even not computer scientist and/or beginner in formal modeling like DEVS can increase his trust in the models he creates and the simulation results he is able to obtain due to the fact he is directly involved at the modeling stage and not anymore interfaced with an intermediate actor (modeler or programmer expert) that would interpret user requirements in the modeling and simulation activities. Using the proposed tool with its user friendly framework and appropriate graphical items, the user is capable to skip learning installation set up and user manual to rapidly develop his own DEVS models, to carry out simulations and to analyze them.
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Maâmar El-Amine Hamri, Gregory Zacharewicz. Automatic generation of object-oriented code from DEVS graphical specifications. WSC '12 Winter Simulation Conference, Dec 2012, Berlin, Germany. pp.409:1--409:12. ⟨hal-00877200⟩



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