Modeling Methods and Conceptual Design Principles for Reconfigurable Systems

  • Siddiqi A
  • de Weck O
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Reconfigurable systems can attain different configurations at different times thereby altering their functional abilities. Such systems are particularly suitable for specific classes of applications in which their ability to undergo changes easily can be exploited to fulfill new demands, allow for evolution, and improve survivability. This paper identifies the main factors that drive the need for reconfigurability and proposes methods for modeling reconfigurable systems. A survey of 33 different reconfigurable systems is also presented to provide broader insights and general design guidelines for reconfigurable systems.

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  • Afreen Siddiqi

  • Olivier de Weck

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