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J. V AN DIXHOORN In conclusion it can be said, that network graphs and bond graphs have representation value in their own right, they give easy access to modem network analysis and computer aided design techniques, but above all they represent an important stepping stone in the model building process. References 1. Paynter, H. , AlUllysis and design of engineering systems. ) 1960. 2. Kamopp, D. and Rosenberg, R. , Analysis and simulation of multiport systems. ) 1968. 3. Trent, H. , Isomorphisms between oriented linear graphs and lumped physical systems.

In computer programs the need for information is of secondary importance, and the main concern of Activity Analysis is the derivation of the LS from the PS (point (ii». However, the consistency check ~lowed by the theory can be relevant to the correctness of the program (point (i», since logical inconsistencies are often due to programming errors. We shall illustrate this with the aid of a computer program: PREPAR as an example. 3. Description of PREPAR is part of one of the Management Information systems at KSLA*.

0'1 37 NETWORK GRAPHS AND BOND GRAPHS +o . ~5. t;:;""~ r:.! I!. ", , ----------- ! il'~~~: , • "1 II i ! -J . j • . -....... ,,1/, ... , , .. / /~/; :. 12 sec later than it reaches the front wheel. Nevertheless there is an immediate movement of the rear wheel, due to the mass and moment of inertia of the body. 4. Conclusion As has been shown network graphs and bond graphs can represent the structure of a physical system in a compact and clear way. Even for simple examples, such as the 2-dimensional motion of a motorcar, it can be seen they compare favorably with other methods, such as the direct modeling by differential equations or the transfer function approach, both used, for example, in [15].

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