Simulation model interoperability in support of complex organisation design and change

Weston, R.H. and Zhen, M. and Rahimifard, A. and Ajaefobi, J.O. and Ding, C. and Guerrero, A. and Wahid, B. and Masood, T. (2006) Simulation model interoperability in support of complex organisation design and change. In: 20th European Simulation and Modelling Conference, ESM 2006, 2006-10-23 - 2006-10-25.

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    Abstract

    Simulation Modelling has a key role to play in enabling decision making in dynamic manufacturing organisations. However in general the complexity levels involved necessitate multiple simulation models to be systematically developed and deployed. This paper describes a new systematic approach to creating coherent sets of simulation models that can interoperate to replicate and predict changing organisational behaviours.