The SES Toolbox has been developed by the research group Computational Engineering and Automation (CEA) at Wismar University of Applied Sciences, Germany. It can be used for ontology based modeling of systems using the System Entity Structure (SES) and Model Base (MB) approach. A set of systems or system variants is specified with an SES. In conjunction with basic systems, which are organized in a MB, executable models for the MATLAB / Simulink environment can be generated.
The toolbox is based on the primary research of B.P. Zeigler and his co-workers. However, it introduces new advanced concepts, which increase the flexibility of modeling using the SES ontology and extend the scope of application. In addition, it provides features particularly useful for modeling and simulation in the MATLAB/Simulink environment. The toolbox is also useable in combination with other proprietary MATLAB toolboxes, such as SimEvents or Simscape, or free available toolboxes, such as the Parallel Discrete Event System (PDEVS) toolbox for MATLAB (MatlabDEVS Toolbox).
(The tbx was first published in Link Exchange on 3 Jul 2015, however the previuous URL is deleted since August 2017)