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dc.contributor.authorLegatiuk, Dmitrii-
dc.contributor.authorLossev, L.-
dc.contributor.authorSmarsly, Kay-
dc.contributor.authorVolkov, S.-
dc.date.accessioned2021-04-01T14:00:26Z-
dc.date.available2021-04-01T14:00:26Z-
dc.date.issued2020-02-09-
dc.identifier.citationEuropean Conference on Product and Process Modeling (ECPPM 2020)de_DE
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/11420/9194-
dc.description.abstractWith recent advancements in embedded sensing technologies for the Internet of Things, cyber-physical systems, instrumented with structural health monitoring and control applications, are increasingly implemented in civil engineering. Several approaches towards metamodeling cyber-physical systems in civil engineering have been proposed in recent years, based on unified modeling language (UML), category theory, and abstract algebra. However, life-cycle metamodeling of cyber-physical systems in civil engineering has not yet been addressed in its full generality. The evolution of a cyber-physical system (CPS) during its life cycle typically requires the evolution of the corresponding metamodel, because different components of a system may be added or removed. Therefore, life-cycle metamodeling approaches must provide possibilities to de-scribe temporal behavior of CPS components, which is not supported by current metamodeling approaches utilized in civil engineering practice. Thus, in this study, an abstract modeling concept for integrating tem-poral evolutions of cyber-physical systems in civil engineering into existing metamodeling approaches is pro-posed. The integration starts with a detailed description of a typical CPS life cycle in civil engineering, under-lying unique features for each life-cycle phase. The features characterizing phases of a CPS life cycle are abstracted and formalized by abstract algebraic constructions, supporting diagram-based modeling approach-es, such as UML. Finally, an illustrative example of abstract CPS life-cycle modeling for additive manufac-turing of concrete is presented.en
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dc.titleAbstract life-cycle modeling of cyber-physical systems in civil engineeringde_DE
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tuhh.abstract.englishWith recent advancements in embedded sensing technologies for the Internet of Things, cyber-physical systems, instrumented with structural health monitoring and control applications, are increasingly implemented in civil engineering. Several approaches towards metamodeling cyber-physical systems in civil engineering have been proposed in recent years, based on unified modeling language (UML), category theory, and abstract algebra. However, life-cycle metamodeling of cyber-physical systems in civil engineering has not yet been addressed in its full generality. The evolution of a cyber-physical system (CPS) during its life cycle typically requires the evolution of the corresponding metamodel, because different components of a system may be added or removed. Therefore, life-cycle metamodeling approaches must provide possibilities to de-scribe temporal behavior of CPS components, which is not supported by current metamodeling approaches utilized in civil engineering practice. Thus, in this study, an abstract modeling concept for integrating tem-poral evolutions of cyber-physical systems in civil engineering into existing metamodeling approaches is pro-posed. The integration starts with a detailed description of a typical CPS life cycle in civil engineering, under-lying unique features for each life-cycle phase. The features characterizing phases of a CPS life cycle are abstracted and formalized by abstract algebraic constructions, supporting diagram-based modeling approach-es, such as UML. Finally, an illustrative example of abstract CPS life-cycle modeling for additive manufac-turing of concrete is presented.de_DE
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dc.relation.conference13th European Conference on Product and Process Modeling (ECPPM). Moscow, Russia, 09/02/2020.de_DE
dc.relation.projectSemi-probabilistische, sensorbasierte Bemessungs- und Entwurfskonzepte für intelligente Bauwerkede_DE
dc.relation.projectFehlertolerantes, drahtloses Bauwerksmonitoring basierend auf Frameanalyse und Deep Learningde_DE
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crisitem.author.deptDigitales und autonomes Bauen B-1-
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