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Debugging and structural analysis of declarative equation-based languages

by Peter Bunus

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Published by Department of Computer and Information Science, Linköpings Universitet in Linköping .
Written in English


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Licentiatavhandling.

SeriesLinköping studies in science and technology. Thesis -- No. 964, LiU-Tek-Lic -- 2002:37, Linköping studies in science and technology -- No. 964., LiU-Tek-Lic -- 2002:37.
The Physical Object
Pagination156 s.
Number of Pages156
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Open LibraryOL27029753M
ISBN 109173733822
ISBN 109789173733823
OCLC/WorldCa471755486

  There has been some work on debugging of declarative equation-based modeling languages,,. Capabilities provided include showing the symbolic transformation process and showing the location of the source code of equations that cause a problem, such as a structural singularity. Debugging and Structural Analysis of Declarative Equation-Based Languages. Licentiate thesis No , Linköping University, Department of Computer and Information Science, [ bib | http ] Peter Bunus. Debugging techniques for Equation-Based languages. Doctoral thesis No , Linköping University, Department of Computer and Information.

  Node-Based Connection Semantics for Equation-Based Object-Oriented Modeling Languages. Practical Aspects of Declarative Languages, () A geometric index reduction method for implicit systems of differential algebraic equations. No Martin Sjölund: Tools for Understanding, Debugging, and Simulation Performance Improvement of Equation-Based Models, ABSTRACT. No Amy Rankin: Resilience in High Risk Work: Analysing Adaptive Performance, ABSTRACT.

Dr Nilsson's research interests include design, semantics, and implementation of programming languages, especially functional languages and declarative languages for hybrid modelling and simulation. He is also interested in programming environments, one of his main research areas being debugging for lazy functional languages. the language, e.g. for use in diagnosis, structural analysis, system identification, integrated product Improved debugging support for equation based languages such as Modelica, to make them even declarative equation -based language. In our whole .


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Debugging and Structural Analysis of Declarative Equation-Based Languages by Peter Bunus August ISBN Linköpings Studies in Science and Technology Thesis No. ISSN LiU-Tek-Lic ABSTRACT A significant part of the software development effort is spent on detecting deviations between. Program analysis solutions for program understanding and for static debugging of declarative equation based languages, based on bipartite graph decomposition, are presented in the paper.

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Debugging and Structural Analysis of Declarative Equation-Based Languages. By Peter Bunus. Abstract. A significant part of the software development effort is spent on detecting deviations between software implementations and specifications, and subsequently locating the sources of such errors.

This thesis illustrates that is possible to Author: Peter Bunus. This thesis establishes that structural static analysis performed on the underlying system of equations from object-oriented mathematical models can effectively be used to statically debug real Modelica programs.

Most of our conclusions developed in this thesis are also valid for other equation-based modeling languages. This paper uses certain existing bipartite graph based techniques to derive debugging algorithms for the structural diagnosis of simulation models specified in declarative equation based modeling.

Debugging and Structural Analysis of Declarative Equation-Based Languages. PhD thesis, Department of Computer and Information, Science Linkpings Universitet, Linkping, Sweden, 3. Object-oriented modeling with declarative equation based languages often unconsciously leads to structural inconsistencies.

Component-based debugging is a new structural analysis approach that addresses this problem by analyzing the structure of each component in a model to separately locate faulty components.

The analysis procedure is performed recursively based on the depth-first rule. Employment of debugging environments that control the correctness of the developed source code is an important factor in reducing the time and cost of software development in classical programming languages.

Currently, few or no tools are available to assist developers when debugging declarative equation based modeling languages.

Debugging and Structural Analysis of Declarative Equation-Based Languages. Peter Bunus; View full-text. Conference Paper. Full-text available. HSIS: A BDD-Based Environment for Formal Verification. Methods for Structural Analysis and Debugging of Modelica Models Bunus P., Fritzson P.

ModelicaMarch 18 − 19, The Modelica Association 4 Debugging of Under. Employment of debugging environments that control the correcmess of the developed source code is an important factor in reducing the time and cost of software development in classical programming languages.

Currently, few or no tools are available to assist developers when debugging declarative equation based modeling languages. Debugging and Structural Analysis of Declarative Equation-Based Languages. Article. Full-text available. This book brings together all the information engineers and researchers need to develop.

Debugging and Structural Analysis of Declarative Equation-Based Languages. Licentiate thesis No ; Linköping University; Department of Computer and Information Science; [7] Conal Elliott. A debugging scheme for declarative equation based modeling languages.

In: Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Practical Aspects of Declarative Languages (PADL ), OR, USA. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol.pp. – Debugging and Structural Analysis of Declarative Equation-Based Languages. Licentiate thesis NoLinköping University, Department of Computer and Information Science, Licentiate thesis NoLinköping University, Department of Computer and Information Science, Keywords: Modelica; debugging; structural analysis; structural singularity 1 Introduction The need for mathematical modeling and simulation in engineering is continuously rising since technical systems become increasingly complex and physical prototyping becomes too expensive.

Modelica is an object-oriented equation based language for efficient. An Analyzer for Declarative Equation Based Models. This paper aims at facilitating debugging of structur-ally singular model through an analyzer in terms of reducing the number of tests to correct the model.

When checking for singularities of a component, the analyzer first uses some fictitious equations to re-place the constraint. Debugging for Equation-Oriented CAPE Tools 3 Debugging NLA Systems Even systems with zero degrees of freedom still can be inconsistent, this is the case of Eq.

(1). Using a maximum matching algorithm [9] the structural singularity of the system can be easily checked. One maximum matching association for Eq. (1) can be seen in Fig. 1 (b). A Debugging Scheme for Declarative Equation Based Modeling Languages. In Proceedings of Fourth International Symposium on Practical Aspects of Declarative Languages, Portland, Oregon, USA, JanLNCSSpringer Verlag, Levon Saldamli, Peter Fritzson: Domains and Partial Differential Equations in Modelica.

In Proceedings. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Along with its benefits, object-oriented modeling with Modelica language also brings the risk of miss-ing or redundant equations, thus leads to an under-constrained problem or an over-constrained problem.

This paper aims at facilitating debugging of structur-ally singular model through an analyzer in terms of reducing.Debugging of equation systems Currently, few or no tools are available to assist developers when debugging declarative equation based modeling languages.

We have developed an debugging framework for Modelica and have adapted traditional debugging techniques and algorithms to it. The developed algorithms and methods.This book constitutes the proceedings of the Seventh International Symposium on Programming Languages: Implementations, Logics and Programs, PLILP '95.