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What is Co-Simulation

Revolutionizing Education in the Age of AI and Machine Learning
The belief that exchange between specialized packages of software facilitates the analysis and design of solutions to complex systems.
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Virtual Laboratory to Face New Challenges in the Industry: Virtual Laboratory as Part of the New Education Age
Arturo Soriano (Tecnologico de Estudios Superiores de Ixtapaluca, Mexico), Pedro Ponce (Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico), and Arturo Molina (Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico)
Copyright: © 2020 |Pages: 16
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-7793-5.ch006
The fast-growing field of technology allows for the development, design, and implementation of smart solutions to several industries such as smart grid, manufacturing, automotive, and robotics. Trends in smart solutions are based on providing a certain degree of intelligence to the process and products through intelligent artificial and machine learning algorithms. It also involves further use of devices based on power electronics elements, fast microcontrollers, intelligent algorithms, and processing of information via local or cloud. Hence, a new workforce that possesses multidisciplinary skills (i.e., dealing with different fields of knowledge in order to find solutions to complex problems) is required. Recently, virtual laboratories have emerged so as to aid in the improvement of forming engineers. In this chapter, a virtual co-simulation laboratory is proposed to deal with the lack of engineers with multidisciplinary skills in mind; additionally, a new framework based in co-simulation, co-modeling, and co-design is proposed in order to maximize the use of the laboratory proposed.
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Collaborative Development of Dependable Cyber-Physical Systems by Co-Modeling and Co-Simulation
Interaction between the DE and CT models is achieved by executing them simultaneously and allowing information to be shared between them. This is termed a co-simulation. In a co-simulation, a shared variable is a variable that appears in and can be accessed from both the DE and CT models. Design parameters that are common to both models are called shared design parameters.
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