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A Goal Modeling Methodology based on High-level Architecture Model for CPS


Minyoung Lee, Jeongmin Park, Wontae Kim, Ingeol Chun


Vol. 13  No. 10  pp. 1-6


Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) is computing system integrating with physical elements including sensors, actuators and computing elements controlling these physical environments. In CPS operating environments, CPS is required to provide high- reliable services responding to the complexity and uncertainty of the surrounding physical environments. Therefore, autonomic computing technology which manages undesirable situations at the operation time without human intervention is necessary for CPS. For autonomic control, a goal model is a prerequisite. A goal model capturing desirable system runtime states can be facilitated as core knowledge in evaluating system runtime states to adapt to undesirable situations. In this paper, we demonstrate goal model definitions and terminologies required to describe a goal model. And, we review traditional goal model description technologies. Finally, we propose a goal modeling methodology for self-adaptive CPS based on high-level architecture model.


CPS, Autonomic Computing, Goal Model, High-level Architecture Model