Mike Barth

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Interoperability describes the ability of engineering tools to collaborate across tool borders, organizational borders, and workflow phases. Therefore, it is considered as an important indicator for engineering efficiency, but is supported by today's industrial software only to some extent. The authors propose a novel method for the assessment of automation(More)
– This document describes an approach to support an automated generation of simulation models by use of already existing engineering data. The concept enables engineers to execute tests in parallel to the development of the control applications, using a physical model of the controlled system. The simulation model forms a virtual representation of the(More)
This contribution presents a novel approach for the automatic generation of simulation models for existing plants. The aim is to focus on brown-field projects for which the automation system has to be renewed. Whereas most research approaches for simulation based control code testing focus on green-field projects, the authors developed a method that(More)
Figure 1. On-Demand Creation of Procedural Cities in action. Create infinite streets, terrain and houses on the fly. ABSTRACT We report about our student project with the objective of a procedural generation of pseudo-random cities, streets and terrains. The focus of the project is primarily the procedural modelling, real-time rendering and modelling on(More)
Modern process plants are becoming more and more complex with high demands placed on design, engineering and operation. Throughout the life cycle of process plants, there is always the typical conflict involving costs, time and quality. One way of resolving this conflict is to employ simulation technology as it can be used to answer questions relating to(More)
Keynote Michael Paulitsch «Dependable and Secure Computing and Networks in Aerospace» Keynote Jürgen Jasperneite «Towards the Smart Factory-Status and open issues» Panel «Challenges in Avionics and Space Embedded Systems» Lunch Break «Panel on Publishing Opportunities in IES Journals» 5 min per WIP presentation Plenary Roland Weiss «Software Research(More)