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A talk given at ACVI 2016.
Abstract:
Recent research in embedded and cyberphysical systems has developed theories and tools for integration of heterogeneous components and models. These efforts, although important, are insufficient for highquality and errorfree systems integration since inconsistencies between system elements may stem from factors not directly represented in models (e.g., analysis tools and expert disagreements). Therefore, we need to broaden our perspective on integration, and devise approaches in three novel directions of integration: modeling methods, data sets, and humans. This paper summarizes the latest advances, and discusses those directions and associated challenges in integration for cyberphysical systems.
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