Felix Breitenecker

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With the progress in modeling dynamic systems new extensions in model coupling are needed. The models in classical engineering are described by differential equations. Depending on the general condition of the system the description of the model and thereby the state space is altered. This change of system behavior can be implemented in different ways. In(More)
In health care the reimbursement of medical providers is an important topic and can influence the overall outcome. We present the agent-based GAP-DRG model, which allows a comparison of reimbursement schemes in outpatient care. It models patients and medical providers as agents. In the simulation patients develop medical problems (i.e., diseases) and a need(More)
This study shows how to utilize the CATIA V6 Dynamic Behavior Modeling (DBM) software environment for the purpose of co-simulation of physical models. The implementation of a co-simulation using Building Controls Virtual Test Bed (BCVTB) is demonstrated and the pros and cons are discussed. Further the methods for FMI export and import in CATIA are explored(More)
To understand and predict epidemic patterns ODEs and PDEs have been used since the beginning of the last century. But these approaches have a quite relevant shortcoming. Trying to model a multiply heterogeneous population (e.g. with individual characteristics, varying population densities) increases complexity beyond limits. To bring individual effects into(More)
  • D I P L O M A R B E I T, Ao Univ, Ing Techn Dipl, Felix Breitenecker, Patrick Grabher, Bsc Wien +1 other
  • 2014
Die approbierte Originalversion dieser Diplom-/ Masterarbeit ist in der Hauptbibliothek der Tech-nischen Universität Wien aufgestellt und zugänglich. The approved original version of this diploma or master thesis is available at the main library of the Vienna University of Technology. Abstract Nowadays MATLAB/Simulink is probably one of the most used(More)