Towards an Approach for Orchestrating Design Space Exploration Problems to Fix Multi-Paradigm Inconsistencies

TitleTowards an Approach for Orchestrating Design Space Exploration Problems to Fix Multi-Paradigm Inconsistencies
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2014
AuthorsHerzig, S. J. I., B. Kruse, F. Ciccozzi, J. Denil, R. Salay, and D. Varró
Conference NameMulti-Paradigm Modeling Workshop (MPM) at MoDELS
Date Published09/2014
Conference LocationValencia, Spain
Abstract

In model-driven engineering, the aim of design space exploration (DSE) is to generate a set of design candidates that satisfy a given set of constraints and requirements, and are optimal with respect to some criteria. In multi-paradigm modeling it is not uncommon to perform a variety of computationally expensive analyses as part of such an exploration process. However, existing DSE techniques do not take dependencies between solver operations into account, thereby failing to provide a mechanism for pruning infeasible solutions early. Motivated by this source of inefficiency, this paper discusses a conceptual approach to orchestrating solvers and design space exploration problems.

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