Nowadays, simulative approaches are mandatory to analyze, design, evaluate, and to
prepare real test-runs during the development of these CPS. They enable risk-less and
resource-efficient experiments to validate system functions and product families. For example, complex simulations of sensors and the environment are required during the development and validation of self-driving vehicles to safely test the sensor data fusion and algorithms for situation-adaptive driving decisions. The models, which are utilized in these simulations, are continuously improved and enable in the foreseeable future complex analyses of the simulated system, its behavior, and its context. However, simulation experts to design, realize, and maintain these interconnected simulations as well as the simulation environments are limited factors during the development. Thus, methods, metrics, and tools for the engineering of these complex simulation systems are required to effectively design and evaluate these CPS also in the future.
|08:30am - 08:45am||Opening session|
|08:45am - 10:00am||Invited talk: Eric Coelingh, Volvo Car Corporation:
"From SARTRE towards Autonomous Driving -
An Experience Report and Outlook"
|10:00am - 10:30am||Coffee break|
|10:30am - 12:00pm||Benjamin Vedder, Thomas Arts, Jonny Vinter and Magnus Jonsson: “Combining Fault-Injection with Property-Based Testing” Krishnan Srinivasarengan, Goutam Y G and Girish Chandra: “Home Energy Simulation for Non-Intrusive Load Monitoring Applications” Shivam Bhasin, Tarik Graba, Jean-Luc Danger, Yves Mathieu, Daisuke Fujimoto and Makoto Nagata: “Physical Security Evaluation at an Early Design-Phase: A Side-Channel Aware Simulation Methodology”|
|12:00pm - 01:00pm||Lunch|
|01:00pm - 02:30pm||Ashur Rafiev, Alexei Iliasov, Alexander Romanovsky, Andrey Mokhov, Fei Xia and Alex Yakovlev: “ArchOn: Architecture-open Resource-driven Cross-layer Modelling Framework” Peter Kourzanov: “DSL methods for CPS simulation in the cloud” Md. Abdullah Al Mamun and Jörgen Hansson: “Reducing Simulation Testing Time by Parallel Execution of Loosely-Coupled Segments of a Test Scenario”|
|02:30pm - 03:00pm||Coffee break|
|03:00pm - 04:00pm||Delf Block, Sönke Heeren, Stefan Kühnel, Andre Leschke, Bernhard Rumpe and Vladislavs Serebro: “Simulations on Consumertests: A Perspective for Driver Assistance Systems” Daniel Cesarini, Luca Cassano, Alessio Fagioli and Marco Avvenuti: “Modeling and Simulation of Energy-Aware Adaptive Policies for Automatic Weather Stations”|
|04:00pm - 05:00pm||Final discussion, closing session, and final remarks.|