An environment where virtual worlds coexist with real worlds, Mixed Reality, has been extensively studied in the last decade. Mixed reality is not restricted to a mixing of visual images or sounds, but include other phenomena (e.g., electric, mechanical, hydraulic, aerodynamic, thermodynamic). The energy-based approaches, such as Bond Graphs, toward design of mechatronic systems allow the construction of reusable and easily extendible models. This presentation will show a methodology of mixed reality design, called Mixed Reality Bond Graph, in which the modeling methods of real energy dynamics, virtual energy dynamics, and energy interfaces can be combined seamlessly. A real energy dynamic can connect with a virtual energy dynamic via an energy interface providing relevant functionalities such as preservation of power balance, causality reasoning of a connection between real and virtual subsystems, stability, and quality.
An Energy-Based Approach Towards Modeling of Mixed Reality Mechatronic Systems
VeranstaltungsortRaum Seminarraum 117, Robert-Hooke-Str. 5 in Bremen
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