Final Program ESS'2003, version 2, 22-10-2003

[the underlined names are the probable presenters of the paper, session chairs are tentative and might change]

Sunday 26 October, 17.00 - 19.00
Welcome Reception in Restaurant Johannes Vermeer, Delft
See the 'social event' section for more information
Open for all participants
Registration can take place here as well

Monday 27 October
08.00 - 17.00
Registration desk open in the Aula of TU Delft

Monday 27 October, 09.00 - 09.15, Senaatszaal
Conference Opening

Monday 27 October, 09.15 - 10.30, Senaatszaal
Keynote Lecture
Katherine L. Morse (Plenary Session)
"The EXtensible Modeling and Simulation Framework (XMSF)"
Chair: Simon Taylor

10.30 - 11.00

Monday 27 October, 11.00 - 12.30, Room A
Simulation Interoperability
Chair: Simon Taylor

Niels A. Lang, Peter H.M. Jacobs, and Alexander Verbraeck
Distributed, Open Simulation Model Development with DSOL Services

Joshua O. Peteet, John P. Murphy, and Linda F. Wilson
Matchmaking in the ABELS System for Linking Distributed Simulations

Linda F. Wilson, W. Riley Lochridge, and G. Ayorkor Mills-Tettey
The Secure ABELS Brokering System

Monday 27 October, 11.00 - 12.30, Room B
Modelling process control in manufacturing systems (1)
Chair: Robert Signorile

Romeo Bandinelli, Mario Rapaccini, Sergio Terzi, and Marco Macchi
Proposal of a Framework for Production Plants Remote Control: A Preliminary Test Case

Endre Végh, János Biri, Laura Bürger, Gábor Házi, and László Varga
Control Room Interface Upgrade of an Operating Full-Scope Training Simulator

Matthias Becker, Thomas Bessey, and Helena Szczerbicka
A Study of Control via On-Line simulation Using Stochastic Petri-Nets

Monday 27 October, 11.00 – 12.30, Room C
Combined Simulation
Chair: Edward Williams

Yuri Merkuryev, Julija Petuhova, and Janis Grabis
Analysis of Dynamic Properties of an Inventory System With Service-Sensitive Demand Using Simulation

Alexander Lavrov, Dietmar Hietel, and Stefan Nickel
Interaction Control in a Combined Logistics and Chemical Process Simulation

M.Montazeri, M.Naghizadeh
Development of car drive cycle for simulation of emissions and fuel economy

Monday 27 October, 11.00 - 12.30, Room D
Theoretical foundations
Chair: Wilfried Krug

Robert Wittmann, Andreas Hössinger, and Siegfried Selberherr
Improvement of the Statistical Accuracy for the Three-Dimensional Monte
Carlo Simulation of Ion Implantation

W. Wessner, H. Ceric, C. Heitzinger, A. Hössinger, and S. Selberherr
Anisotropic Mesh Adaption Governed by a Hessian Matrix Metric

András Varga, Y. Ahmet Sekercioglu, and Gregory K. Egan
A Practical Efficiency Criterion for the Null Message Algorithm

12.30 - 13.30

Monday 26 October, 13.30 – 17.00, Tutorial Room
Wilfried Krug (Dualis GmbH), Thomas Wiedemann (HTW Dresden)
Tutorial on Simulation-based Optimization

Monday 27 October, 13.30 – 15.00, Room A
High Level Architecture and Distributed Simulation
Chair: Katherine Morse

Dan Chen, Stephen John Turner, Boon Ping Gan, Wentong Cai, and Junhu Wei
A Decoupled Federate Architecture for Distributed Simulation Cloning

Michael D. Ryde and Simon J. E. Taylor
A Top-Down Approach to Model Interoperation Provision in COTS Simulation Packages

Simon J. E. Taylor and Navonil Mustafee
An Analysis of Internal/External Event Ordering Strategies for COTS Distributed Simulation

Monday 27 October, 13.30 – 15.00, Room B
Modelling process control in manufacturing systems (2)
Chair: Robert Signorile

M. Hoyer, C.S. Horn, R. Schumann, and G.C. Premier
Integration of Process and Control Simulation into the Engineering Process

Jyrki Peltoniemi, Matti Paljakka, and Tommi Karhela
Using OPC Data Exchange in Simulation Assisted Automation Testing

Nayeem N. Karnachi and Geoff Waterworth
Non-Linear Model Reference Control of pH Process: An Experimental Study

Monday 27 October, 13.30 - 15.00, Room C
Simulation-Based Decision Support
Chair: Martina-Maria Seidel

Sylvain Lerebourg, Antoine Dutot, Cyrille Bertelle, and Damien Olivier
Decision Support System and Regulation System for Road Traffic Management

Alessandra Orsoni
AI Techniques for the Implementation of New Organisational Structures in the Retail Industry

W. Walerjańczyk, M. Maciejewski
Decision Support System In City-Logistics

Monday 27 October, 13.30 – 15.00, Room D
Model specifications and model administration
Chair: Eugene Kerckhoffs

H. Pastijn, F. Van Utterbeeck, and R. Van Loock
PROMETHEE-i Selecting the Best Simulation Model Configuration Based on Multiple Performance Measures

Stephan Wagner, Tibor Grasser, Claus Fischer, and Siegfried Selberherr
A Simulator Module for Advanced Equation Assembling

Stéphane Julia and Michel dos Santos Soares
Verification of Real Time UML Specifications Through a Specialized Inference Mechanism Based on a Token Player Algorithm and the Sequent Calculus of Linear Logic

15.00 - 15.30

Monday 27 October, 15.30 – 17.00, Room A
Agent-based Simulation and Discrete Tools
Chair: Simon Taylor

Adam Galuszka and Andrzej Swierniak
STRIPS Representation and Non-Cooperative Strategies in Multi-Robot Planning

Ross Clement
Multi-Agent Simulations of Evolution and Speciation in Cichlid Fish

Anna M. Fowles-Winkler
Modelling with the Integrated Performance Modelling Environment (IPME)

Monday 27 October, 15.30 – 17.00, Room B
Manufacturing planning and scheduling
Chair: Wentong Cai

Roberto Mosca, Filippo Queirolo, and Flavio Tonelli
Jobs Sequencing in Industrial Plant by Multi-Objective Optimization Based on a System of Autonomous Genetic Agents

Pietro Giribone, Roberto Mosca, and Filippo Queirolo
Validating the Production Weekly Plan by Scheduling Simulation

Heiko Niedermayer and Oliver Rose
A Simulation-Based Analysis of the Cycle Time of Cluster Tools in Semiconductor Manufacturing

Monday 27 October, 15.30 – 17.00, Room C
Maritime Simulation
Chair: Yuri Merkuryev

Eelco van Asperen, Rommert Dekker, Mark Polman, and Henk de Swaan Arons
Allocation of Ships in a Port Simulation

Matthias Becker and Thomas Bessey
Planning the Reconstruction of a Shiplift by Simulation of a Stochastic Petri Net Model

Yvo Saanen, Jeroen van Meel, and Alexander Verbraeck
The Design and Assessment of next generation automated container terminals

Monday 27 October, 15.30 – 17.00, Room D
Ant and agent-based simulation
Chair: Alessandra Orsoni

Cyrille Bertelle, Antoine Dutot, Frédéric Guinand, and Damien Olivier
Color Ant Populations Algorithm for Dynamic Distribution in Simulations

Adelinde M. Uhrmacher, Mathias Röhl, and Jan Himmelspach
Unpaced and Paced Simulation for Testing Agents

Tuesday 28 October
08.00 - 17.00
Registration desk open in the Aula of TU Delft

Tuesday 28 October, 09.00 - 10.00, Senaatszaal
Invited Plenary speech by Prof. Richard Nance
"Simulation Futures: The Investment Risks"
Chair: Alexander Verbraeck

10.00 - 10.30

Tuesday 28 October, 10.30 – 12.30, Room A
Hybrid Simulation Tools
Chair: Martina-Maria Seidel

Masoud Najafi, Azzedine Azil, and Ramine Nikoukhah
Implementation of Continuous-Time Dynamics in Scicos

Marco Gribaudo, Mauro Iacono, Nicola Mazzocca, and Valeria Vittorini
The OsMoSys/DrawNET Xe! Languages System: A Novel Infrastructure for Multi-Formalism Object-Oriented Modelling

Petr Grillinger and Pavel Herout
Simulation Tool for Functional Verification of TTP/C–based Systems

Tuesday 28 October, 10.30 – 12.30, Room B
Manufacturing simulation methods and tools
Chair: Mike Ryde

Edward J. Williams
A Simulation Client Achieves High Self-Sufficiency

Bengt Mueck, Wilhelm Dangelmaier, and Matthias Fischer
Components for the Active Support of the Analysis of Material Flow Simulations in a Virtual Environment

Charu Chandra and Janis Grabis
A Data Driven Approach to Automated Simulation Model Building

Sameh M. Saad, Terence Perera, and Ruwan Wickramarachchi
A Structured Approach for the Implementation of Distributed Manufacturing Simulation

Tuesday 28 October, 10.30 – 12.30, Room C
Business process modelling applications
Session Chair: Vesna Bosilj-Vuksic

Yung-Hsin Wang and Yuan-Fan Chen
An Experience of Modeling and Simulation in Support of CMMI Process

Eyler Coates, Jon Juneau, and Rita Schweickert Endt
Valuing Real Options with Simulation Software

Joacim Johnsson and Björn Johansson
Discrete Event Simulation in a Virtual Enterprise Environment: a Case Study Reflection of Multiple Developers

BUS-3 (will unfortunately not be presented)
Mirjana Pejic Bach
The Small Business Management Flight Simulator in an Environment of Financial Indiscipline 

Tuesday 28 October, 10.30 – 12.30, Room D
Methodology implementation
Thomas Wiedemann

Malcolm Yoke Hean Low, Boon Ping Gan, Junhu Wei, Xiaoguang Wang, Stephen
John Turner, and Wentong Cai
Implementation Issues for Shared State in HLA-Based Distributed Simulation

Wilfred van der Vegte and Imre Horváth
Use-Driven Product Conceptualization Based on Nucleus Modeling and
Simulation with Scenarios

Jonathan Pearlin and Robert Signorile
Simulation of a Distributed Mutual Exclusion Algorithm Using Multicast

12.30 - 13.30

Tuesday 28 October, 13.30 – 17.00, Tutorial Room
Peter Jacobs, Niels Lang (Delft University of Technology)
Tutorial on D-SOL, the Distributed Java-based Simulation Object library (open source)

Tuesday 28 October, 13.30 – 15.00, Room A
Continuous and Discrete Tools
Chair: Steve Turner

Vincent Fischer, Loig Allain, and Laurent Gerbaud
RAMA : a lightweight rule-based tool for expressions analysis and code generation

Eric Innocenti, Alexandre Muzy, Antoine Aiello, Jean-François Santucci, and David R.C. Hill
Design of a Multithreaded Parallel Model for Fire Spread

Edwin C. Valentin, Alexander Verbraeck, and Henk G. Sol
Advantages and Disadvantages of Building Blocks in Simulation Studies: A Laboratory Experiment with Simulation Experts

Tuesday 28 October, 13.30 – 15.00, Room B
Modelling energy related processes
Chair: Eugene Kerckhoffs

Eugeniusz Sroczan and Andrzej Urbaniak
Simulation of Managing the Generation of Ecologic Energy in Local Energy Market

Esko K. Juuso
Intelligent Dynamic Simulation of a Solar Collector Field

Tuesday 28 October, 13.30 – 15.00, Room C
Business process simulation in public sector
Session Chair: Alan Serrano

Mariëlle den Hengst and Hermen Geerts
Business Modeling for Non-Modeling Experts: Simulation and Visualization at the Amsterdam Municipal Police Force

Marijn Janssen and Jaap Beerens
Simulation for Understanding Collaboration in a Virtual Public Counter 

Jurij Jaklic, Ales Groznik, Andrej Kovacic
Towards E-Government - The Role of Simulation Modeling

Tuesday 28 October, 13.30 – 15.00, Room D
Simulation in Transport
Session Chair: Evtim Peytchev

Wojciech Osmólski, Waldemar Osmólski, and Pawel Kaczalski
Simulation Of City Bus Operation Processes As Transportation System Realization

Csaba Attila Boer, Alexander Verbraeck, Arjen de Waal, Bas van Eck, and Jerry Seager
Distributed e-services for Road Container Transport Simulation

Joanna K. Hartley (presented by David Al-Dabass)
Comparison of Prediction Methods for Urban Network Link Travel Times

15.00 - 15.30

Tuesday 28 October, 15.30 – 17.00, Room A
Collaborative Simulation
Chair: Jaco Appelman

Andriy Levytskyy, Eugčne J.H. Kerckhoffs, Ernesto Posse, and Hans Vangheluwe
Creating DEVS Components with the Metamodelling Tool AToM3

Gabriella Spinelli and Simon J.E. Taylor
Methodological Reflections on Collaborative Work Practices: A Short Journey to Elsewhere

Tuesday 28 October, 15.30 – 17.00, Room B
Continuous modeling for manufacturing processes
David Al-Dabass

MANUF-14 [Will not be presented: Prof. Munitic can unfortunately not attend]
Ante Munitic, Mario Orsulic, and Josko Dvornik
Continuous Computer Simulation Model of the Marine Gas Turbine

Jan Studzinski
Mathematical Modelling and Identification of the Flow Dynamics in Molten Glass Furnaces

Zhi Peng and Terry Sheppard
Prediction of Static Recrystallisation during Extrusion of Aluminium Alloy AA2024

Tuesday 28 October, 15.30 – 17.00, Room C
Business process and information systems modelling
Session Chair: George Giaglis

Alan Serrano
Understanding the Dynamic Interactions Between BP and IT Using Simulation

Mojca Indihar-Stemberger, Ales Popovic, and Vesna Bosilj-Vuksic
Simulation and Information Systems Modelling: A Framework for Business Process Change

Alan Serrano
Capturing Information System’s Requirement Using Business Process Simulation

Tuesday 28 October, 15.30 – 17.00, Room D
Simulation in Networks and Telecom
Chair: Martina-Maria Seidel

G.I. Papadimitriou, T. Lagkas, M.S. Obaidat, A.S. Pomportsis
A New Approach to the Simulation of HIPERLAN Wireless Networks

Marko Lackovic and Cristian Bungarzeanu
Simulation Issues of Optical Packet Switching Ring Networks

Y. Ahmet Sekercioglu, András Varga, and Gregory K. Egan
Parallel Simulation Made Easy with OMNet++

Tuesday 28 October, 19.00 – 22.00
Conference Dinner in Stadscafe De Waag, Delft
See the 'social event' section for more information
Open for all registered participants

Wednesday 29 October, 
08.00 - 12.30
Registration desk open in the Aula of TU Delft

Wednesday 29 October, 09.00 - 10.00, Senaatszaal
Invited Plenary speech by Prof. Osman Balci
"Meeting the Challenges of Verification, Validation, and Certification of Complex Models and Simulations"
Chair: Alexander Verbraeck

10.00 - 10.30

Wednesday 29 October, 10.30 – 12.30, Room A
Simulation in Military Applications
Chair: Marko Hoffman

Myeong-Wuk Jang, Smitha Reddy, Predrag Tosic, Liping Chen, and Gul Agha
An Actor-Based Simulation for Studying UAV Coordination

Nebojsa Nikolic
Limitations of Theoretical and Commonly Used Simulation Approaches in Considering Military Queuing Systems

Marko Hofmann
Component Based Military Simulation: Lessons Learned With Ground Combat Simulation Systems

Andrew Belyavin and Anna Fowles-Winkler
Subject Variability and the Effect of Stress in Discrete-Event Simulation

Wednesday 29 October, 10.30 – 12.30, Room B
Logistics simulation for manufacturing
Chair: Alessandra Orsoni

Fredrik Persson
Supply Chain Simulation: Experiences from Two Case Studies

Roberto Revetria, P.E.J.N. Blomjous, and S.P.A. van Houten
An HLA Federation for Evaluating Multi-Drop Strategies in Logistics

Robert Steringer, Martin Schickmair, Johann Prenninger, and Maximilian Bürstmayr
Simulation of Large Standard Stillage Placement on a Diesel-Engine Assembly

Wednesday 29 October, 10.30 – 12.30, Room C
Business process simulation methods and approaches
Session Chair: Mariëlle den Hengst-Bruggeling

Corné Versteegt, Sander Vermeulen, and Eric van Duin
Joint Simulation Modeling to Support Strategic Decision-Making Processes

Marco Remondino
Emergence of Self Organization and Search for Optimal Enterprise Structure: AI Evolutionary Methods 
Applied to Agent Based Process Simulation 

Tillal Eldabi, Man Wai Lee, and Ray J. Paul
A Framework for Business Process Simulation: The Grab and Glue Approach

Tamrat W. Tewoldeberhan and Alexander Verbraeck 
Using Web Services and Artificial Intelligence Techniques to Develop Simulation Models of Business Networks

Wednesday 29 October, 10.30 – 12.30, Room D
Computers and electronics simulation
Chair: David Al-Dabass

Vincent Fischer and Laurent Gerbaud
From the Electronic Circuit to the Simulation Component: An Automatic Component Building Process

Ning Su, Richard N. Zobel, and Frantz O. Iwu
Simulation in Cryptographic Protocol Design and Analysis

Faouzi Boulos
Calculating the Voltage Across a Turned Off Semi-Conductor Modelled by Perfect Switches

Rico Dreier, Georg Dummer, Guoxing Zhang, and Klaus D. Müller-Glaser
Partitioning and FPGA-Based Co-Simulation of Statecharts

Wednesday 29 October, 12.30 - 12.45, Senaatszaal
Closing Session and Outstanding Paper Award