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A CONTEXT-BASED MULTI-PERSPECTIVE MODELING AND SIMULATION FRAMEWORK

By Mamadou Seck, Michele Fumarola and Alexander Verbraeck

Abstract

Constantly increasing complexity of organizational environments and changing demands of the stakeholders severely affects the strategic capabilities of organizations and reduces their decision making ability dramatically. Large-scale complex systems like energy grids, air-ground traffic control systems and logistics systems are designed in multi-actor environments and hence require various perspectives (e.g. financial, operational, and environmental) to serve different actors. Although this is the case, current simulation based decision support environments lack the capability of covering multiple system perspectives at once and in different levels of details to provide better understanding of the systems. In this paper, the key challenges and preliminary design ideas are discussed to provide a multiresolution modeling capability. We introduce a context-�������������������������n enabler to support multi-perspective modeling in multi-actor environments.

Year: 2014
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