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Concluding Remarks-chapter ten

Elsevier Inc.
DOI: 10.1016/b978-155860925-9/50012-3
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Publisher Summary Frameworks for models of computation have two purposes. From the practical point of view, the integration of different computational models provides a modeling environment that allows one to co-simulate models written in different design languages and with distinct timing, communication, and synchronization concepts. From a theoretical point of view, frameworks can be tools to analyze the essential differences and relations between computational models. A solid understanding is a good basis for building an integrated simulation environment because the interaction semantics between models of computation (MoC) domains will be well understood.

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