F.E.Cellier - Publications Related to Object-Oriented Modeling

Books

  1. Cellier, F.E. (1991), Continuous System Modeling, Springer-Verlag, New York.

Chapters in Books

  1. Cellier, F.E. (1993), Integrated Continuous-System Modeling and Simulation Environments, CAD for Control Systems (D. Linkens, ed.), Marcel Dekker, New York, pp.1-29.

  2. Cellier, F.E., H. Elmqvist, M. Otter (1995), Modeling from Physical Principles, The Control Handbook (W.S. Levine, ed.), CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, pp.99-108.

  3. Otter, M., and F.E. Cellier (1995), Software for Modeling and Simulating Control Systems, The Control Handbook (W.S. Levine, ed.), CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, pp.415-428.

Journal Papers

  1. Borutzky, W., and F.E. Cellier (1996), Tearing Algebraic Loops in Bond Graphs, Trans. of SCS, 13(2), pp.102-115.

  2. Cellier, F.E. (1992), Hierarchical Non-Linear Bond Graphs: A Unified Methodology for Modeling Complex Physical Systems, Simulation, 58(4), pp.230-248.

  3. Cellier, F.E. (1994), Teaching Physical System Modeling at the University of Arizona, Simulation News Europe, 10, pp.p5-p7.

  4. Cellier, F.E. (1995), Bond Graphs: The Right Choice for Educating Students in Modeling Continuous-Time Physical Systems, Simulation, 64(3), pp.154-159.

  5. Cellier, F.E., and H. Elmqvist (1993), Automated Formula Manipulation Supports Object-Oriented Continuous-System Modeling, IEEE Control Systems, 13(2), pp.28-38.

  6. Nebot, A., F.E. Cellier, and F. Mugica (1999), Simulation of Heat and Humidity Budgets of Biosphere 2 Without Air Conditioning, Ecological Engineering, 13, pp.333-356.

  7. Otter, M., H. Elmqvist, and F.E. Cellier (1996), Modeling of Multibody Systems with the Object-Oriented Modeling Language Dymola, J. Nonlinear Dynamics, 9(1), pp.91-112.

  8. Wang, Q., and F.E. Cellier (1991), Time Windows: An Approach to Automated Abstraction of Continuous-Time Models into Discrete-Event Models, Intl. J. General Systems, 19(3), pp.241-262.


Keynote Addresses

  1. Cellier, F.E. (1990), Hierarchical Non-linear Bond Graphs: A Unified Methodology for Modeling Complex Physical Systems, Proc. SCS European Simulation MultiConference, Nürnberg, Germany, pp.1-13.

  2. Cellier, F.E. (1996), Object-Oriented Modeling: Means for Dealing With System Complexity, Proc. 15th Benelux Meeting on Systems and Control, Mierlo, The Netherlands, pp.53-64.

  3. Cellier, F.E., B.P. Zeigler, and A.H.Cutler (1991), Object-Oriented Modeling: Tools and Techniques for Capturing Properties of Physical Systems in Computer Code, Proc. CADCS'91 - IFAC Symposium on Computer-Aided Design in Control Systems, Swansea, Wales, U.K., pp.1-10.

  4. Cellier, F.E., and H. Elmqvist (1992), The Need for Automated Formula Manipulation in Object-Oriented Continuous-System Modeling, Proc. CACSD'92, IEEE Computer-Aided Control System Design Conference, Napa, CA, pp.1-8.

  5. Elmqvist, H., F.E. Cellier, and M. Otter (1993), Object-Oriented Modeling of Hybrid Systems, Proc. ESS'93, SCS European Simulation Symposium, Delft, The Netherlands, pp.xxxi-xli.

  6. Elmqvist, H., M. Otter, and F.E. Cellier (1995), Inline Integration: A New Mixed Symbolic/Numeric Approach for Solving Differential-Algebraic Equation Systems, Proc. ESM'95, SCS European Simulation MultiConference, Prague, Czech Republic, pp.xxiii-xxxiv.

  7. Otter, M., H. Elmqvist, and F.E. Cellier (1996), "Relaxing" - A Symbolic Sparse Matrix Method Exploiting the Model Structure in Generating Efficient Simulation Code, Proc. Symposium on Modelling, Analysis, and Simulation, CESA'96, IMACS MultiConference on Computational Engineering in Systems Applications, Lille, France, vol.1, pp.1-12.

Contributed Conference Papers

  1. Borutzky, W. and F.E. Cellier (1996), Tearing in Bond Graphs With Dependent Storage Elements, Proc. Symposium on Modelling, Analysis, and Simulation, CESA'96, IMACS MultiConference on Computational Engineering in Systems Applications, Lille, France, vol.2, pp.1113-1119.

  2. Brooks, B.A., and F.E. Cellier (1993), Modeling of a Distillation Column Using Bond Graphs, Proc. ICBGM'93, SCS Intl. Conf. on Bond Graph Modeling, San Diego, CA, pp.315-320.

  3. Cellier, F.E. (1992), Bond Graphs - The Right Choice for Educating Students in Modeling Continuous-Time Physical Systems, Proc. ICSEE'92, SCS Intl. Conf. on Simulation in Engineering Education, Newport Beach, CA, pp.123-127.

  4. Cellier, F.E. (1996), Object-Oriented Modeling: A Tool Supporting Flexible Automation, Proc. WAC'96, 2nd World Automation Congress, vol.4, Intelligent Automation and Control: Recent Trends in Development and Applications, Montpellier, France, pp.107-112.

  5. Cellier, F.E. (1996), Object-Oriented Modeling of Physical Systems: Promises and Expectations, Proc. Symposium on Modelling, Analysis, and Simulation, CESA'96, IMACS MultiConference on Computational Engineering in Systems Applications, Lille, France, vol.2, pp.1126-1127.

  6. Cellier, F.E., H. Elmqvist, M. Otter, and J.H. Taylor (1993), Guidelines for Modeling and Simulation of Hybrid Systems, Proc. IFAC World Congress, Sydney, Australia, vol.8, pp.391-397.

  7. Cellier, F.E., M. Otter, and H. Elmqvist (1995), Bond Graph Modeling of Variable Structure Systems, Proc. ICBGM'95, 2nd SCS Intl. Conf. on Bond Graph Modeling and Simulation, Las Vegas, NV, pp.49-55.

  8. Cellier, F.E., Q. Wang, and B.P. Zeigler (1990), Model Management - A Five Level Hierarchy for the Management of Simulation Models, Proc. Winter Simulation Conference, New Orleans, LA, pp.55-64.

  9. de Albornoz, A., J. Sardá, and F.E. Cellier (1994), Structure Identification in Variable Structure Systems by Means of Qualitative Simulation, Proc. ESM'94, European Simulation MultiConference, Barcelona, Spain, pp.486-491.

  10. Elmqvist, H., F.E. Cellier, and M. Otter (1994), Object-Oriented Modeling of Power-Electronic Circuits Using Dymola, Proc. CISS'94, First Joint Conference of International Simulation Societies, Zurich, Switzerland, pp.156-161.

  11. Glaser, J.S., F.E. Cellier, and A.F. Witulski (1995), Object-Oriented Switching Power Converter Modeling Using Dymola With Event-Handling, Proc. OOS'95, SCS Object-Oriented Simulation Conference, Las Vegas, NV, pp.141-146.

  12. Glaser, J.S., F.E. Cellier, and A.F. Witulski (1995), Object-Oriented Power System Modeling Using the Dymola Modeling Language, Proc. Power Electronics Specialists Conference, Atlanta, GA, Vol.II, pp.837-843.

  13. Gussn, N.M.N., and F.E. Cellier (1995), On the Extension of the Bondgraphic Power Postulate to Some Relativistic Phenomena, Proc. ICBGM'95, 2nd SCS Intl. Conf. on Bond Graph Modeling and Simulation, Las Vegas, NV, pp.35-40.

  14. Hild, D.R., and F.E. Cellier (1994), Object-Oriented Electronic Circuit Modeling Using Dymola, Proc. OOS'94, SCS Object Oriented Simulation Conference, Tempe, AZ, pp.68-75.

  15. Mugica, F., and F.E. Cellier (1994), Automated Synthesis of a Fuzzy Controller for a Cargo Ship Steering by Means of Qualitative Simulation, Proc. ESM'94, European Simulation MultiConference, Barcelona, Spain, pp.523-528.

  16. Nebot, A., F.E. Cellier, and F. Mugica (1996), Modeling the Thermal Behavior of Biosphere 2 in a Non-Controlled Environment Using Bond Graphs, Proc. AIS'96, Artificial Intelligence, Simulation, and Planning in High Autonomy Systems, San Diego, California, pp.189-196.

  17. Otter, M., H. Elmqvist, and F.E. Cellier (1993), Modeling of Multibody Systems With the Object-Oriented Modeling Language Dymola, Proc. NATO/ASI, Computer-Aided Analysis of Rigid and Flexible Mechanical Systems, Troia, Portugal, vol.2, pp.91-110.

  18. Schweisguth, M.C., and F.E. Cellier (1999), A Bond Graph Model of the Bipolar Junction Transistor, Proc. SCS Intl. Conf. on Bond Graph Modeling, San Francisco, California, pp.344-349.

  19. Wang, Q., and F.E. Cellier (1990), Time Windows: An Approach to Automated Abstraction of Continuous-Time Models into Discrete-Event Models, Proc. IEEE Conf. AI, Simulation and Planning in High Autonomy Systems, Tucson, AZ, pp.204-211.

  20. Weiner, M., and F.E. Cellier (1993), Modeling and Simulation of a Solar Energy System by Use of Bond Graphs, Proc. SCS Intl. Conf. on Bond Graph Modeling, San Diego, CA, pp.301-306.

Ph.D. Dissertations


MS Theses

  1. Amrhein, M. (1990), Bond Graph Modeling of Chemical Reaction Dynamics, Dept. of Electr. & Comp. Engr., University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.

  2. Andreou, S. (1990), Simulation of a Solar Heated House Using the Bond Graph Modeling Approach and the Dymola Modeling Software, Dept. of Electr. & Comp. Engr., University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.

  3. Brooks, B.A. (1992), Modeling of a Distillation Column Using Bond Graphs, Dept. of Electr. & Comp. Engr., University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.

  4. Gussn, N.M.N. (1994), On the Bondgraphic Power Postulate and its Role in Interpreting the 1905 and 1915 Relativity Theories, Dept. of Electr. & Comp. Engr., University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.

  5. Hild, D.R. (1993), Circuit Modeling in Dymola, Dept. of Electr. & Comp. Engr., University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.

  6. Idnani, S. (1991), An ACSL Interface for DYMOLA, Dept. of Electr. & Comp. Engr., University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.

  7. Krebs, M. (1997), Modeling of Conditional Index Changes, Dept. of Electr. & Comp. Engr., University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.

  8. Miersch, J. (1996), Bond Graphs in Modeling Plant Water Dynamics, Dept. of Electr. & Comp. Engr., University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.

  9. Piram, U. (1991), Numerical Investigation of Second Sound in Liquid Helium, Dept. of Electr. & Comp. Engr., University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.

  10. Schöckle, M. (1992), Reimplementation of MMS in Dymola Using Bond Graphs, Dept. of Electr. & Comp. Engr., University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.

  11. Schröder, P. (1995), Object-Oriented Modeling of Multibody Systems with a Symbolic Language and Simulation of a Jeep, Dept. of Electr. & Comp. Engr., University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.

  12. Schweisguth, M. C. (1997), Semiconductor Modeling with Bondgraphs, Dept. of Electr. & Comp. Engr., University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.

  13. Wang, Q. (1989), Management of Continuous System Models in DEVS-Scheme: Time Windows for Event-Based Control, Dept. of Electr. & Comp. Engr., University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.

  14. Weiner, M. (1992), Bond Graph Model of a Passive Solar Heating System, Dept. of Electr. & Comp. Engr., University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.

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