This book is a definitive introduction to models of computation for the design of complex, heterogeneous systems. It has a particular focus on cyber-physical systems, which integrate computing, networking, and physical dynamics. The book captures more than twenty years of experience in the Ptolemy Project at UC Berkeley, which pioneered many design, modeling, and simulation techniques that are now in widespread use. All of the methods covered in the book are realized in the open source Ptolemy II modeling framework and are available for experimentation through links provided in the book. The book is suitable for engineers, scientists, researchers, and managers who wish to understand the rich possibilities offered by modern modeling techniques. The goal of the book is to equip the reader with a breadth of experience that will help in understanding the role that such techniques can play in design.
|Copyright||2014, Edward A. Lee|
|Copyright License||Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License|
|Product Details||6 x 9 Standard Color Gloss Perfect|
|Page Count||722 pages|
|Type of Publication||Monograph (standalone)|
|Keywords||Ptolemy, model-based design, modeling and simulation, models of computation, embedded systems, cyber-physical systems, simulation|