Towards a Semiconductor Supply Chain Simulation Library (SCSC-SIMLIB) Jingjing Yuan, Thomas Ponsignon, Infineon Technologies AG. Winter Simulation Conference, 2014.
Simulation is a widely used technique for analyzing and managing supply chains. Simulation software packages offer standard libraries for selected functions and application areas. However, no commercial or freeware simulation tool proposes building blocks specific to semiconductor manufacturing.» Mehr lesen
Comparing the Performance of Two Different Customer Order Behaviors Within the Hierarchical Production Planning Thomas Felberbauer, Klaus Altendorfer, University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria. Winter Simulation Conference, 2014.
A hierarchical production planning structure enables manufacturing systems to handle customer disturbances with different measures on different planning levels. Two different kinds of customer order behavior can be observed and are as well discussed in literature.» Mehr lesen
Wealth Distribution Evolution in an Agent-based Computational Economics Victor Romanov, Dmitry Yakovlev and Anna Lelchuk
The paperwork presented by Victor Romanov, Dmitry Yakovlev and Anna Lelchuk describes modification of wealth distribution among the customers. A simulation model created by them helps to analyze the following interrelated spheres, such as labour market, stock market, enterprise investment strategy, tax level.» Mehr lesen
Agent-based Modeling and Simulation Charles M. Macal, Michael J. North. 2009 Winter Simulation Conference (WSC’09), December 13-16, Austin, TX, USA
Agent-based modeling and simulation (ABMS) is a new approach to modeling systems comprised of autonomous, interacting agents. Computational advances have made possible a growing number of agent-based models across a variety of application domains. Applications range from modeling agent behavior in the stock market, supply chains, and consumer markets, to predicting the spread of epidemics, mitigating the threat of bio-warfare, and understanding the factors that may be responsible for the fall of ancient civilizations.» Mehr lesen
Modeling General Motors and the North American Automobile Market Philip T. Keenan and Mark Paich. The 22nd International Conference of the System Dynamics Society, July 25 - 29, 2004, Oxford, England
This article discusses General Motors’ North American Enterprise Model, a system dynamics model of the entire North American automobile market. The Enterprise Model takes a broad look across the corporation and its marketplace, combining internal activities such as engineering, manufacturing and marketing with external factors such as competition for consumer purchases in the new and used vehicle marketplaces. Eight groups of manufacturers compete monthly for a decade across eighteen vehicle segments, making segment-by-segment decisions about price, volume and investment.» Mehr lesen
Multimethod Simulation Modeing using AnyLogic Andrei Borshchev, INFORMS Roundtable Meeting Fall 2007, Seattle, USA
The presentation shows you how to develop simulation models, choose abstraction level and methodology.» Mehr lesen
A multi-paradigm, whole system view of health and social care for age-related macular degeneration Joe Viana, Stuart Rossiter, Andrew A. Channon, Sally C. Brailsford, Andrew Lotery, WSC-2012, Berlin
This paper presents a hybrid simulation model for the management of an eye condition called age-related macular degeneration, which particularly affects the elderly. The model represents not only the detailed clinical progression of disease in an individual, but also the organization of the hospital clinic in which patients with this condition are treated and the wider environment in which these patients live (and their social care needs, if any, are met). The model permits a ‘whole system’ societal view which captures the interactions between the health and social care systems» Mehr lesen