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''HydLa'' is a modeling language for '''[[hybrid systems>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hybrid_system]]''', that is, dynamical systems involving both continuous and discrete changes.
The key features of HydLa are:
- '''declarative''' modeling of systems as constraints over real-valued functions,
- description of models using familiar mathematical and logic notations, and
- '''declarative''' modeling of systems as constraints over real-valued functions and
// - model description using mathematical and logical notations, and
- '''constraint hierarchies''' that enable concise modeling of default and exceptional behaviors.
''[[HyLaGI]]'', an implementation of HydLa, features:
To get started with HydLa, visit ''[[webHydLa>http://webhydla.ueda.info.waseda.ac.jp]]'', an online IDE of HydLa with a visualizer, and run example programs.
To run HydLa programs on your computer, a simulation engine of HydLa, named ''[[HyLaGI]]'', can be downloaded. Unlike many other simulation engines, HyLaGI provides the following key features:
- '''error-free simulation''' using symbolic computation,
- simulation of systems with symbolic parameters and uncertainties, and
- search for all solution trajectories using nondeterministic execution.
- simulation of systems with symbolic parameters that allow us to represent uncertainties (such as 0.9 < p < 1.1), and
- search for all solution trajectories using nondeterministic execution,
''[[webHydLa]]'', a web interface of HydLa, allows you to run HydLa programs without downloading HyLaGI and visualizes computed trajectories.
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For example, the following trajectories were computed from a bouncing ball model whose initial height is given as a symbolic parameter ranging between 0 and 10.
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#ref(../bouncing_ball_webHydLa.png,75%)