Conference proceedings article
Trends in Automatic Composition of Structures for Simulation Models in Production and Logistics



Publication Details
Authors:
Wenzel, S.; Stolipin, J.; Rehof, J.; Winkels, J.
Editor:
Mustafee, Nav; Bae, Ki-Hwan G.; Lazarova-Molnar, Sanja; Rabe, Markus; Szabo, Claudia; Haas, Peter; Son, Young-Jun
Publisher:
Omnipress
Publication year:
2019
Pages range:
2190-2200
Book title:
Simulation for Risk Management
Title of series:
Proceedings of the 2019 Winter Simulation Conference
ISBN:
978-1-7281-3282-2
Languages:
English

Abstract

This paper presents challenges in the field of automatic generation of simulation models in production and logistics. For this purpose, we first present existing approaches in this field, we then analyze them, and we present trends in the field of automatic composition of structures for simulation models. Subsequently, possibilities from the field of software engineering are discussed, illustrating a possible approach to the composition of structures for simulation models. In particular, the focus is placed on synthesis of logical structures by means of combinatory logic. The strategy of how this logic can support the automated generation of structural variants in simulation models is shown on the basis of one of the areas of intralogistics. In our example, different possibilities of structural variants are clarified and their potential for automated composition demonstrated.


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