Modelling movement for collective adaptive systems with CARMA

Natalia Zoń
Vashti Galpin
Stephen Gilmore

Space and movement through space play an important role in many collective adaptive systems (CAS). CAS consist of multiple components interacting to achieve some goal in a system or environment that can change over time. When these components operate in space, then their behaviour can be affected by where they are located in that space. Examples include the possibility of communication between two components located at different points, and rates of movement of a component that may be affected by location. The CARMA language and its associated software tools can be used to model such systems. In particular, a graphical editor for CARMA allows for the specification of spatial structure and generation of templates that can be used in a CARMA model with space. We demonstrate the use of this tool to experiment with a model of pedestrian movement over a network of paths.

In Maurice H. ter Beek and Michele Loreti: Proceedings of the Workshop on FORmal methods for the quantitative Evaluation of Collective Adaptive SysTems (FORECAST 2016), Vienna, Austria, 8 July 2016, Electronic Proceedings in Theoretical Computer Science 217, pp. 43–52.
Published: 7th July 2016.

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