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characterization of merging partial behavioural models.
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Constructing comprehensive operational models of intended system behaviour is a complex and costly task. Consequently, practitioners have adopted techniques that support partial behaviour description and focus on elaborating these descriptions iteratively. Scenario-based specifications, for example, are incrementally elaborated to cover system behaviour that is of interest. However, how should partial behavioural models described by different stakeholders with different viewpoints be composed? How should partial models of component instances of the same type be put together?In this thesis, we use model merging based on observational refinement as a general solution to these questions, where merging consistent models is a process that results in a minimal common refinement. We prove several mathematical characterizations of merging and consistency, study algebraic properties of the merge operator, and give new and improved algorithms related to constructing merge. Finally, we present a case study that illustrates the utility of our results.
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Definition from Larry Percy. It is a planning tool that looks at how decisions are made and the roles people play in the decision process. When we communicate with advertising or other marketing communications it is important to remember that we are talking to individuals, but as individuals in a role. First, a BSM identifies the stages a target audience goes through in making a decision, then. Jun 25, · Spatially explicit, individual-based, behavioural models of the annual cycle of two migratory goose populations. Authors. Such behavioural-based models can potentially avoid the problems discussed above In contrast, renewed growth in the spring allows partial recovery of the food stock, leading to a small up-turn in predicted flock size.
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In previous work, we show how this process can be formally supported by Modal Transition Systems (MTSs), observational refinement, and model merging. In this paper, we study a number of properties of merging MTSs and give insights on the implications these results have on engineering and reasoning about behaviour cie-du-scenographe.com by: 2.
from book FM Formal Methods Properties characterization of merging partial behavioural models. book Behavioural Model Merging. Conference Paper · August Therefore, when compos ing two partial models in parallel, the. A Sound Observational Semantics for Modal Transition Systems.
Authors; Authors and affiliations A Characterization of Merging Partial Behavioural Models. Master’s thesis, Univ. of Toronto Fischbein D., Braberman V., Uchitel S. () A Sound Observational Semantics for Modal Transition Systems. In: Leucker M., Morgan C. (eds Cited by: A Characterization of Merging Partial Behavioural Models.
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Partial models of system-level behavior, derived from these specifications, have proven useful in early system analysis. We believe that the scope of possible analyses can be enhanced by utilizing Author: Ivo Krka.
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The biological model, for example, says that. Animal models are used in experiments in the behavioural neurosciences that aim to contribute to the prevention and treatment of cognitive and affective disorders in human beings, such as anxiety and depression. Ironically, those animals that are likely to be the best models for psychopathology are also likely to be considered the ones that are Cited by: 4.
structural and behavioural models correspond (there is a physical route for all signals, for example) and to ensure that the translation between electrical states and signal data types is speciﬁed. This is, of course, done in AutoSteve as the conditions in the behavioural models are typically derived from the.
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Aims: to increase individual’s knowledge about the causes of health and illness.