Talk on scenarios@run.time accepted at EclipseCon Europe 2015

Our talk on “Scenarios@run.time – Modeling, Analyzing, and Executing Specifications of Distributed Systems” was accepted at EclipseCon Europe 2015.

See https://www.eclipsecon.org/europe2015/session/scenariosruntime-%E2%80%93-modeling-analyzing-and-executing-specifications-distributed-systems

We will be talking about our new upcoming release of ScenarioTools (http://scenariotools.org) and how we run it on distributed MQTT-connected RaspberryPi robots.

Photo of Car-to-X application example realized with RaspberryPi-based robots

Photo of Car-to-X application example realized with RaspberryPi-based robots

Paper on scenarios@run.time accepted at the models@run.time Workshop (MRT’15)

Our paper “Scenarios@run.time — Distributed Execution of Specifications on IoT-Connected Robots” was accepted at the 10th International Workshop on Models@run.time (MRT’15), which is co-located with MODELS 2015.

Download our paper here: http://jgreen.de/wp-content/documents/2015/scenarios-at-runtime.pdf

Why is it cool?

We have been working on a new version of ScenarioTools (more information on that coming soon), and can now execute LCS/MSD-style scenario-based specifications on distributed systems.

Our demonstration example is a Car-to-X application that we realized with of RaspberryPi-based robots (Pi2Go, http://4tronix.co.uk/blog/?p=452). These robots communicate via MQTT.

Photo of Car-to-X application example realized with RaspberryPi-based robots

Photo of Car-to-X application example realized with RaspberryPi-based robots

The bulk of the work was done by a group of master students at the Software Engineering Group of the Leibniz Universität Hannover during a project course Ubibots. Also visit the Ubibots project website (http://ubibots2015.scenariotools.org/).

Let me know what you think.

Two papers accepted at MiSE 2015

Two papers were accepted at the 7th International Workshop on Modelling in Software Engineering (MiSE 2015):
(1) “Towards Executing Dynamically Updating Finite-State Controllers on a Robot System”
(2) “Towards Application and Evolution of Model-Based Heuristics for Improving SOA Service Design”