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Section: Research Program

Extensions for spatio-temporal modeling and mobile systems.

While Time is clearly a primary ingredient in the proper design of CPS systems, in some cases Space, and related notions of local proximity or conversely long distance, play also a key role for correct modeling, often in part because of the constraints this puts on interactions and time for communications. Once space is taken into account, one has to recognize also that many systems will request to consider mobility, originated as change of location through time. Mobile CPS (or mCPS) systems occur casually, e.g., in the case of Intelligent Transportation Systems, or in roaming connected objects of the IoT. Spatio-temporal and mobility modeling may each lead to dynamicity in the representation of constraints, with the creation/deletion/discovering of new components in the system. This opportunity for new expressiveness will certainly cause new needs in handling constraint systems and topological graph locations. The new challenge is to provide an algebraic support with a constraint description language that could be as simple and expressive as possible, and of use in the semantic annotations for mobile CPS design.