ITM Web of Conferences
Volume 1, 2013ACTIMS 2012 – Activity-Based Modeling & Simulation 2012
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Published online||29 November 2013|
Implementation and Analysis of DEVS Activity-Tracking with DEVSimPy
SPE UMR CNRS 6134 Laboratory, University of Corsica, Quartier Grimaldi, 20250, Corte France
This paper deals with the implementation of Activity-Tracking (AT) paradigm in the DEVSimPy environment. DEVSimPy has been developed at the SPE UMR CNRS6134 (University of Corsica) in order to facilitate the modeling and the simulation of discrete-event systems described with the DEVS formalism. The AT paradigm is increasingly being used by DEVS modelers for example to improve structural aspects of models (modeling level) or to make simulation more efficient using distributed or parallel algorithm (simulation level). Although DEVSimPy can be used as a software providing some features reusable for the implementation of AT paradigm (simulation profiling or step-by-step simulation), the object oriented way used to develop DEVSimPy makes it a powerful tool to implement AT paradigm in a generic manner. DEVSimPy may be viewed as an experimental framework allowing the implementation of new AT techniques while opening up new perspectives in the field of activity modeling and simulation theory.
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