Integrating SysML with simulation environments (Simulink) by model transformation approach

TitreIntegrating SysML with simulation environments (Simulink) by model transformation approach
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2016
AuthorsChabibi, B, Douche, A, Anwar, A, Nassar, M
EditorReddy, SM, Gaaloul, W
Conference Name2016 IEEE 25TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES: INFRASTRUCTURE FOR COLLABORATIVE ENTERPRISES (WETICE)
PublisherIEEE; IEEE Comp Soc Techl Council Software Engn; West Virginia Univ, CERC; Paris Sch Business; CNRS Samovar Res Lab; Telecom SudParis, Inst Mines Telecom; Paris Sch Business Res Lab; Olab Dynam; eFrei Groupe
ISBN Number978-1-5090-1663-1
Abstract

In system-level design, descriptive system models seem to be insufficient in order to perform a system verification which fulfils various stakeholders requirements. This fact is accentuated by the increasing complexity of system engineering projects and, as a consequence, the difficulties to deal with both their coordination and traceability. Even if SysML (System Modeling Language) is considered as a flexible and standard tool for system engineering, using only descriptive models are insufficient for system behavior verifications. To deal with this concern, simulation environments (i.e. MATLAB/Simulink) allow verifying if the system preliminary design satisfies requirements or not. As a consequence, various research works have been centered on combining the potential of both SysML modeling and simulation tools. This paper proposes an integration approach based on metamodeling and model transformations to generate Simulink models from SysML diagrams. This approach is handled by models and modern techniques of MDE (ModelDriven Engineering).

DOI10.1109/WETICE.2016.39
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