Paper presented at MODELS'21
Researchers from SESAME partner University of York have presented a technical paper at the 24th International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems (MODELS), which was held virtually this year due to the pandemic. The paper titled: Model-Driven Simulation-Based Analysis for Multi-Robot Systems
addresses the gap in existing approaches for the development of multi-robot applications of not being able to handle the complexity of multi-robot systems modelling, but also the modelling and analysis of the collaborative intelligence by introducing ATLAS, which is a novel model-driven approach supporting the systematic robustness analysis of multi-robot systems in simulation. The ATLAS domain-specific language enables modelling the architecture of the robotic team and its mission, and facilitates the specification of the team’s intelligence.