10TH EUROPEAN SIMULATION 
SYMPOSIUM AND EXHIBITION
October 26-28, 1998
Nottingham, United Kingdom
   
 

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM
METHODOLOGY TRACK

Please note: dates and times of sessions and presentations can still change. First proposal for the time-schedule.



Track Chair: Peter Eschenbacher (Germany)
Program Chair: Gunter Bolch (Germany)

Discrete systems simulation methodology-1
Session Chair:

SIMETH-36-R
Discrete Event Calculus Model, a High Level Specification Language for Discrete Event Systems
Norbert Giambiasi, DIAM-ISUPIM, and Jean-Luc Paillot, LIM, Marseille cedex, France

SIMETH-1-R
Artificial Regenerative Points Introduction for System Simulation
Alexander Andronov, Riga Aviation University, Riga, Latvia

SIMETH-2-R
K-Split - On-Line Density Estimation for Simulation Result Collection
Andras Varga, Technical University of Budapest, Budapest, Hungary

SIMETH-3-R
Statistics Collection for The Statistical Synchronisation Method
Gabor Lensce, Technical University of Budapest, Budapest, Hungary


Discrete systems simulation methodology-2
Session Chair:

SIMETH-17-E
Identification of Discrete-Time Models for Small Sampling Periods
Ryszard Gessing, Silesian Technical University, Gliwice, Poland

SIMETH-27-R
Improving Accuracy of Time-Parallel Approximate Simulations of Queueing Networks
Viliam Solcany and Jiri Safarik, Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava, Slovak Republic

SIMETH-7-R
Specifying Simulation Models using Graph Grammars
Bernardo Copstein, PUCRS and Leila Ribeiro Korff, UFGRS, Porto Alegre, Brazil

SIMETH-38-R
On The Pending Event Set and Binary Tournaments
Mauricio Marin, University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom


Continuous systems simulation methodology
Session Chair: Ryszard Gessing, Silesian Technical University, Poland

SIMETH-8-R
Comparison of Numerical Schemes for Simulation of Differential Algebraic Equation Systems
Simon Chong-Wee See, Silicon Graphics Inc., Singapore

SIMETH-10-R
Discontinuity Detection Algorithms for Non-Smooth Differential Equations
Simon Chong-Wee See, Silicon Graphics Inc., Singapore

SIMETH-16-R
Adaptive Systems Excited by an Intentional Additive Disturbance
Ryszard Gessing, Silesian Technical University, Gliwice, Poland

SIMETH-47-S
Inverse Kinematics for Redundant Manipulators using The Fast Similarity Factorization
Koichi Koganezawa, Tokai University, Kanagawa, Japan, and Galina V.Tzvetkova, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria


General Systems methodology

Session Chair:

SIMETH-26-R
Real-Time Rigid Body Simulations of Some "Classical Mechanics Toys"
Joerg Sauer, Elmar Schoemer and Christian Lennerz, Daimler Benz AG, Ulm, Germany

SIMETH-29-R
Simulation of Hybrid Systems
Bjorn Schieffer, Universitaet des Saarlandes, Saarbruecken, Germany

SIMETH-40-41-R
Myth of Systems Thinking in Simulation (Aggregation and Metamodelling Problems in System Dynamics)
Roman Pietron, Wroclaw University of Technology, Wroclaw, Poland

SIMETH-44-E
Extending SAPS with Classification Procedures
D.Van Welden and G.Vansteenkiste, University of Ghent, Ghent, Belgium


Simulation tools
Session Chair:

SIMETH-19-R
XTPML - Simplifying The Development of Parallel Simulation Programs for Implementation on Various Transputer Architectures
J.K.Hartley, N.Anwer and A.Bargiela, The Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, United Kingdom

SIMETH-30-R
A Multiagent Simulation Optimization System
Sven Hader, Chemnitz University of Technology, Chemnitz, Germany

SIMETH-35-E
Agents in Discrete Event Simulation
A.M.Uhrmacher and B.Schattenberg, Institute of Artificial Intelligence, Ulm, Germany

SIMETH-42-R
Computer-Aided Verification of Simulation Programs by Examining their Trace
Evangelos Kehris, City Liberal Studies, Thessaloniki, Greece


Uncertain systems simulation
Session Chair:

SIMETH-22-S
Representation and Use of Uncertainty in Discrete Event Simulation Models
A.Anglani, A.Grieco and F.Nucci, Universita di Lecce, Lecce, and Q.Semeraro and T.Tolin, Politecnico di Milano, Milan, Italy

SIMETH-24-S
An Optimised Technique of The Batch Method for The Statistical Analysis of Simulation Results
Daniele Franceschini and Massimo Perino, CSELT, and Carla Fabiana Chiasserini, Politecnico di Torino, Turin, Italy

ESS-21-R
Multicriteria Simulation Optimisation for Robust Performance Design
Zhengfu Rao and Pratyush Sen, University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Newcastle, United Kingdom


Parallel and distributed simulation
Session Chair:

SIMETH-5-R
Performance Issues in Distributed Concurrent Fault and Design Error Simulation
Saghir A.Shaikh, Level One Communications Inc., Sacramento, Silvian Goldenberg, Intel Corporation, Hillsboro, and Stephen A.Szygenda, The University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, USA

SIMETH-9-R
A Load Balanced Implementation of Standard Clock Method in The Unix Environment
Osman Darcan and Ali Riza Kaylan, Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey and Levent Mollamustafaoglu, NATO C3, The Hague, The Netherlands

ESS-7-S
Applying Distributed Simulation
Jouni Ikonen and Jari Porras, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Lappeenranta, Finland


Parallel and distributed simulation

Session Chair:

SIMETH-37-R
An Empirical Assessment of Optimistic PDES on BSP
Mauricio Marin, University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom

SIMETH-50-E
Parallel Efficient Implementation of Hierarchical Algorithms for Mobile Placement of Large Chips
Tianruo Yang, Linkoping University, Linkoping, Sweden

SIMETH-51-E
Parallel Newton GMRES Algorithm for Compressible Navier-Stokes Equation of Computational Fluid Dynamics
Tianruo Yang, Linkoping University, Linkoping, Sweden


Object- and Agent-Based Simulations
Session Chair:

SIMETH-34-E
Supporting Distributed Object-Oriented Simulations in an Open Platform
Carlos A.Maziero, Catholic University of Parana, and Richard D.Ribeiro, CEFET-PR, Curitiba, Brazil

SIMETH-33-R
MASSIF Concepts of a Multi-Layered Tool for Agent-Based Simulation of Complex Social Systems
Michael Moehring and Elke Schumacher, University of Koblenz, Koblenz, Germany

SIMIS-4-R
Generic Object-Oriented Framework for Discrete Simulation
F.Serin, J.Boukachour, D.Boudebous and A.Benabdellafid, Le Havre, France


Petri Nets
Session Chair:

SIMETH-4-R
Static and Dynamic Lookahead Computation for Conservative Distributed Simulation of Times Petri Nets
Alexandre Nketsa and Nabil Ben Khalifa, LAAS-CNRS, Toulouse cedex, France

SIMETH-23-E
Modelling of a Multi-Threaded Processor Pipeline using Object-Oriented Petri Nets
Peter Ziegler, University of Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe, Germany

SIMETH-28-R
Timed Concurrent System Simulation with Intervals in Absolute Time
Frederic Boutet and Gilles Motet, GERII/LESIA/DGEI, Toulouse Cedex, France

SIMETH-32-R
Monte-Carlo Simulation of Markov Chains Using a High-Level Modelling Technique
Johann Christoph Strelen, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelm-Universitaet Bonn, Bonn, Germany


Simulation of societal systems
Session Chair: Dorien DeTombe, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

SIMETH-11-S
General Systems Theory as a Framework for Modelling The Development of Educational Courseware
Hans J.Vos, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands

SIMETH-12-S
The Validation of Non-Linear Simulation Models
Cor van Dijkum, Dept.of Methodology and Statistics, Utrecht, The Netherlands

SIMETH-45-R
Validation of Simulation Models for Handling Complex Societal Problems
Dorein J.DeTombe, Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands

SIMETH-53-R
Measuring the Effectiveness of a Problem Structuring Method
Ellie Roelofs, Tilburg University, Tilburg, The Netherlands

 

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