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2022, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics), Pages 5-5

Software Engineering and Formal Methods. SEFM 2021 Collocated Workshops - CIFMA, CoSim-CPS, OpenCERT, ASYDE, Virtual Event, December 6–10, 2021, Revised Selected Papers (02c Prefazione/Postfazione)

Cerone Antonio, Autili Marco, Bucaioni Alessio, Gomes Cláudio, Graziani Pierluigi, Palmieri Maurizio, Temperini Marco, Venture Gentiane

The proceedings contain 24 papers. The special focus in this conference is on CIFMA, CoSim-CPS, OpenCERT, and ASYDE. The topics include: Under What Conditions Does a Digital Shadow Track a Periodic Linear Physical System?; convergence Properties of Hierarchical Co-simulation Approaches; co-simulation-Based Pre-training of a Ship Trajectory Predictor; effect of Ship Propulsion Retrofit on Maneuverability Research Based on Co-simulation; co-simulation of a Model Predictive Control System for Automotive Applications; Running Large-Scale and Hybrid Real-Time Aircraft Simulations in an HLA Framework; Comparison Between the HUBCAP and DIGITBrain Platforms for Model-Based Design and Evaluation of Digital Twins; a Life-Long Learning Education Passport Powered by Blockchain Technology and Verifiable Digital Credentials: The BlockAdemiC Project; open Source Discovery, Adoption, and Use: An Informal Perspective; regret from Cognition to Code; DrPython–WEB: A Tool to Help Teaching Well-Written Python Programs; formal Methods Communities of Practice: A Survey of Personal Experience; learning from Mistakes in an Open Source Software Course; a Probabilistic Model Checking Approach to Self-adapting Machine Learning Systems; Integration of COTS Processing Architectures in Small Satellites for Onboard Computing Using Fault Injection Testing Methodology; In Silico Simulations and Analysis of Human Phonological Working Memory Maintenance and Learning Mechanisms with Behavior and Reasoning Description Language (BRDL); fostering Safe Behaviors via Metaphor-Based Nudging Technologies; developing the Semantic Web via the Resolution of Meaning Ambiguities; original or Fake? How to Understand the Digital Artworks’ Value in the Blockchain; grounding Psychological Shape Space in Convolutional Neural Networks; unexpectedness and Bayes’ Rule; can Reinforcement Learning Learn Itself? A Reply to ‘Reward is Enough’.
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