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Towards Inconsistency Tolerance by Quantification of Semantic Inconsistencies

Abstract : Due to the increase of their complexity, currently engineered sys- tems cannot be developed by one individual, but are a product of a collaboration between multiple stakeholders who develop the sys- tem from different domain-specific views. Inconsistencies between views, however, hinder collaboration and therefore, must be man- aged. Since the encountered inconsistencies may potentially dis- appear as the natural consequence of a design workflow, tolerating them to a given extent may be desirable and can lead to a more effi- cient collaboration. A key to reason about tolerance is the quantifi- cation of the impact of single inconsistencies on the overall system design. In this paper we present a quantification model for semantic in- consistencies in discrete and continuous systems. We investigate characteristic behavioral patterns of inconsistencies based on this model and identify the links with various forms of tolerance. Fi- nally, we discuss the directions of further expanding the approach required for a comprehensive inconsistency tolerance technique.
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Istvan David, Eugene Syriani, Clark Verbrugge, Didier Buchs, Dominique Blouin, et al.. Towards Inconsistency Tolerance by Quantification of Semantic Inconsistencies. 1st Int. Workshop on Collaborative Modelling in MDE, Sep 2016, St-Malo, France. ⟨hal-02287520⟩