Modeling with Context Dependent Behaviors

Reference: Nayak, P. P.; Addanki, S.; & Joskowicz, L. Modeling with Context Dependent Behaviors. 1990.

Abstract: In this paper we introduce context dependent behaviors (CDBs) as a way of organizing the multiple models of primitive components. A CDB describes the class of behaviors exhibited by a primitve component in a particular context. The context of a primitive component is used to select relevant CDBs for it. We identify three types of context-structural context, behavioral context, and expected device behavior-and show how they may be used to select CDBs for the primitive components. We also compare CDB-based ontologies with component- based and process-based ontologies.

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