A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds ...

-- Ralph Waldo Emerson, Self-Reliance

 

List of Figures

Figure 1: Our Approach to MRM

Figure 2: Full Disaggregation

Figure 3: Partial Disaggregation

Figure 4: Playbox

Figure 5: Pseudo-disaggregation

Figure 6: Possible compatible time-steps

Figure 7: Mapping Inconsistency

Figure 8: Chain Disaggregation

Figure 9: Fundamental Observation 1

Figure 10: Reducing transition overheads by limiting propagation of transitions

Figure 11: Concurrent multi-level interactions

Figure 12: Dependency considerations

Figure 13: Time-steps -- Equal and In-phase

Figure 14: Time-steps -- Equal but not In-phase

Figure 15: Time-steps -- Unequal and not In-phase

Figure 16: Compatible Time-steps

Figure 17: Eliminating time-step differentials

Figure 18: An MRE

Figure 19: Multi-representation Interaction

Figure 20: Execution of an MRE

Figure 21: T-joint entity

Figure 22: Core attributes

Figure 23: Eliminating Chain Disaggregation

Figure 24: Reducing Network Flooding

Figure 25: Simple ADG

Figure 26: Platoon-Tanks MRE

Figure 27: Nodes in the ADG for the Platoon-Tanks MRE

Figure 28: Dependencies in the ADG for the Platoon-Tanks MRE

Figure 29: Dependency Classes in the ADG for the Platoon-Tanks MRE

Figure 30: Cumulative Weights

Figure 31: Distributive Weights

Figure 32: Mapping Value Spaces

Figure 33: Mapping Changes in Values

Figure 34: Algorithm for ADG Traversal

Figure 35: Applying the Effects of an Interaction

Figure 36: Propagation of Interaction Effects

Figure 37: Clients and Server

Figure 38: Switches

Figure 39: State Transition Diagram

Figure 40: Constrained Switches

Figure 41: New States

Figure 42: Constrained State Transition Diagram

Figure 43: Transitions on Concurrent Interactions

Figure 44: Classes of Interactions

Figure 45: Concurrent Interactions Affecting Sets of Attributes

Figure 46: Independent Concurrent Response and Request Interactions

Figure 47: Algorithm for Resolving Interactions

Figure 48: Process for Effective MRM

Figure 49: Entity in Synthetic Application

Figure 50: AD -- Consistency Cost

Figure 51: SV -- Consistency Cost

Figure 52: UNIFY -- Consistency Cost

Figure 53: (Left to Right) AD, SV and UNIFY -- Simulation Cost

Figure 54: Expected Costs

Figure 55: Simulation Cost varying with Number of Interactions

Figure 56: Consistency Cost varying with Number of Interactions

Figure 57: Simulation Cost varying with Rate of Simulation

Figure 58: Consistency Cost varying with Rate of Simulation

Figure 59: Simulation Cost varying with Number of Sub-entities

Figure 60: Consistency Cost varying with Number of Sub-entities

Figure 61: Simulation Cost varying with Number of Levels

Figure 62: Consistency Cost varying with Number of Levels

Figure 63: AD, SV and UNIFY -- Cost Comparison

Figure 64: Marcus and Archway

Figure 65: MRE for planner and PA system representations

Figure 66: Platoon-Tanks MRE

Figure 67: ADG for the JTFp Platoon-Tanks MRE

Figure 68: JTFp Platoon-Tanks MRE

Figure 69: Platoon-Tanks MRE

Figure 70: ADG for the JPSD Platoon-Tanks MRE

Figure 71: JPSD Platoon-Tanks MRE

Figure 72: Platoon-Tanks MRE

Figure 73: ADG for the RPR Platoon-Tanks MRE

Figure 74: RPR Platoon-Tanks MRE

Figure 75: Marcus MRE

Figure 76: ADG for the Marcus MRE

Figure 77: Marcus MRE