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Summary of FMI and 3 operation modes

FMI の概要と3つの動作モードの概要について

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Category(E)PPT slides
Author(J)1) 内田 裕美
Author(E)1) Yumi Uchida
Affiliation(J)1) 株式会社電通国際情報サービス
Affiliation(E)1) Information Services International-Dentsu, Ltd.
Abstract(J)FMI(Functional Mock-up Interface)はツール間連携の為の標準インターフェース仕様である。現在FMI 3.0まで開発されている。本稿ではFMIの成り立ち、FMI 3.0の機能を含む動作モードと構造、各動作モードの特徴、活用時の注意点などについて説明する。


Abstract(E)FMI (Functional Mock-up Interface) is a free standard interface specification to exchange dynamic simulation model. Currently, developed up to FMI 3.0. This article explains the origins of FMI, the operation modes and structure including FMI 3.0 functions, the characteristics of each operation mode, and points to note when using them.

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