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Multi-Faceted Modelling of Multi-Energy Systems : Stakeholders Coordination

Authors
  • Azzouzi, ElMehdi
Publication Date
Jan 21, 2021
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HAL
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English
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Abstract

The purpose of this thesis is to introduce a new co-design Systems Engineering (SE) methodology that puts stakeholders at the center of the design process by assuming that the ME-CPS can be correctly designed and operated if all stakeholders reach mutual agreements that satisfy their intrinsic objectives. These agreements progressively emerge throughout an iterative negotiation process between stakeholders and are formalized using “formal contracts” which can be simulated for verification and validation all along the development process and before signature. Stakeholders will agree to sign contracts when they are sure that contracts fulfill their objectives and that they can commit to their obligations as specified in the contracts. Models are used to structure the relationships between stakeholders at all stages of the system’s lifecycle: formal contracts are derived from high-level goals and are verified using “digital twins” that are composed of requirement models and behavioral models.

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