ISyE 4803 - Model transformation - SysML Model to AnyLogic...

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Model transformation - SysML Model to AnyLogic simulation model Edward Huang
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Agenda Purpose Idea Architecture How to create DSL? How to create a model? Transformation algorithm SysML meta-model AnyLogic meta-model Mapping rule Demonstration Discussion
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Fundamental Problem in Simulation Analysis Requirements Create and Run Model Results The simulation is not directly accessible by system modelers.
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Observations System modelers/engineers must “author” requirements Simulationists must determine a process for converting “requirements” into “simulation code” We can automate what simulationists do if it conforms to a repeatable (learnable) pattern.
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Purpose A process for converting a language (which is SysML in this case) to another simulation language is required.
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Question Edward speak two languages (Mandarin and English). He is new to the warehouse domain. How do you describe your own warehouse to him?
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Using English, we can let him know what is called a general warehouse. We can describe a specific warehouse.
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