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FMI Support [message #1740771] Thu, 18 August 2016 12:45 Go to next message
Dominique Hüneburg is currently offline Dominique HüneburgFriend
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Registered: June 2016
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is FMI already supported by Moka? I'm interested especially in the FMI exporter.

Re: FMI Support [message #1741131 is a reply to message #1740771] Tue, 23 August 2016 09:22 Go to previous message
Sebastien Revol is currently offline Sebastien RevolFriend
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Hi Dominique,
FMI support in Moka is on-going. A first release including a simple fixed-step FMI 2.0 cosimulation master will be available as a Papyrus extra component, hopefully delivered synchronizely with Neon SR1.
This release will also include an FMI exporter. This exporter allows to generate an FMI 2.0 cosimulation FMU from an fUML behaviour, extended with two kinds of events not present in fUML standard: the time event allowing to wait for an absolute (simulated) date or a relative delay, and the change event to react to changes on FMU inputs.
Notice that this export is not based on code generation from activity diagram : instead of that we embed in the FMU a minimal Moka standalone interpreter that will execute the UML model in the context of the FMI simulation. The generated FMU is also embedding a generic DLL implementing the FMI 2.0 interface and interacting with the interpreter via a socket-based communication. We currently support linux32/64 bits et windows 64 bits platforms. The overall size of the generated FMU is around 12 MB.

Best regards,


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