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A MULTIMODAL APPROACH TO SIMULATION FIDELITY

Abstract : A process oriented view of a multimodal approach to simulation fidelity is discussed in the context of system verification and validation in industry. An overview of classical simulation product development is given and the problem of developing models through the inclusion of simulation objectives is presented in terms of this process. A multi modal approach for improving the syntactic fidelity of simulation by using meta-modeling techniques and semantic web principles is presented in an operational context. The domain model is briefly presented and a concept of operating mode is proposed in the model teleological framework of Structure, Behavior, Function and Interface. The relation with the study of formal techniques on semantic or behavioral fidelity is briefly discussed along with an overview on the challenges ahead and future work.
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Patrice Thebault, Sangeeth Saagar Ponnusamy, Vincent Albert. A MULTIMODAL APPROACH TO SIMULATION FIDELITY. I3M 12th International Multidisciplinary Modeling & Simulation Multiconference, Sep 2015, Bergeggi, Italy. 8p. ⟨hal-01912569⟩

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