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EAN (ISBN-13): 9783319747811
Publishing year: 2002
Publisher: Springer International Publishing

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ISBN/EAN: 9783319747811

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978-3-319-74781-1


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Author: Antonio Cerone; Marco Roveri
Title: Programming and Software Engineering; Lecture Notes in Computer Science; Software Engineering and Formal Methods - SEFM 2017 Collocated Workshops: DataMod, FAACS, MSE, CoSim-CPS, and FOCLASA, Trento, Italy, September 4-5, 2017, Revised Selected Papers
Publisher: Springer; Springer International Publishing
592 Pages
Publishing year: 2018-02-01
Cham; CH
Language: English
72,99 € (DE)
80,30 € (AT)
87,50 CHF (CH)
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DataMod.- Temporal Analytics for Software Usage Models.- Sequential Pattern Mining for ICT Risk Assessment and Prevention.- Student performance prediction and optimal course selection: An MDP approach.- An Algorithm for Simulating Human Selective Attention.- Learning Decision Trees from Synthetic Data Models for Human Security Behaviour.- Controlling Production Variances in Complex Business Processes.- A computational model of Internet addiction phenomena in social networks.- What belongs to context? A definition, a criterion and a method for deciding on what context-aware systems should sense and adapt to.- Finding all minimum-size DFA consistent with given examples: SAT-based approach.- FAACS.- Intercepting Blackhole Attacks in MANETs: An ASM-based Model.- Formalizing Monitoring Processes for Large-Scale Distributed Systems using Abstract State Machines.- Design-time to Run-time Verification of Microservices Based Applications.- Generalized Oracle for Testing Machine Learning Computer Programs.- MSE@SEFM 2017.- A Formal Framework for Specifying and Verifying Microservices Based Process Flows.- Towards a Taxonomy of Microservices Architectures.- Towards a reference dataset of microservice-based applications.- Towards a UML Profile for Domain-driven Design of Microservice Architectures.- A Framework for Modelling Variable Microservices as Software Product Lines.- CoSim-CPS.- A Refinement Approach to Analyse Critical Cyber-Physical Systems.- Injecting Formal Verification in FMI-based Co-Simulations of Cyber-Physical Systems.- Integrated simulation and formal verification of a simple autonomous vehicle.- Co-Simulation between Trnsys and Simulink based on Type155.- Development of a Driverless Lawn Mower using Co-Simulation.- Approximated Stability Analysis of Bi-Modal Hybrid Co-simulation Scenarios.- Towards Resilience-Explicit Modelling and Co-simulation of Cyber-Physical Systems.- Features of Integrated Model-based Co-modelling and Co-simulation Technology.- A Tool Integration Language to Formalize Co-simulation Tool-chains for Cyber-physical System (CPS).- A Framework for Analyzing Adaptive Autonomous Aerial Vehicles.- Co-simulation of semi-autonomous systems: the Line Follower Robot case study.- A Framework for the Co-Simulation of Engine Controls and Task Scheduling.- Formalising Cosimulation Models.- FOCLASA.- Towards the performance analysis of elastic systems with e-Motions.- From (incomplete) TOSCA speci_cations to running applications, with Docker.- Combining Trust and Aggregate Computing.- Reasoning about Sensing Uncertainty in Decision-Making for Self-Adaptation.- Lightweight Preprocessing for Agent-Based Simulation of Smart Mobility Initiatives.- Using Coq for Formal Modeling and Verification of Timed Connectors.- An initial user study comparing the readability of a graphical coordination model with Event-B notation. 

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