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DNA Hybrid Methodology

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Hybrid systems are built as a combination of computational systems and real-world scenarios. The computational parts can be seen as one or more embedded computers connected by a network and interacting with the physical world via sensors and applications, with control engineering techniques helping to coordinate this set-up. The computational part of the system is therefore affected by the real-world physical part; moreover, it has to deal with the real-time properties of the physical world. In addition, hybrid systems can be seen as a group of cooperating devices of which the computing device is only one; on the other hand, it may be the one that is responsible for coordinating the whole system and ensuring it works as intended.

System design by this approach is verified by numerous simulations. The aim of simulation is to avoid extensive testing after the manufacture and hence reduce the cost and time.

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