Robert Siegfried

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Multi-agent simulations gain more and more importance for the simulation of complex systems. In order to meet the continuously increasing requirements regarding complexity, level of detail, and size of the model on the one hand and an efficient modeling and execution on the other hand, a reasonable theoretical foundation is essential. Based on the awareness(More)
This paper presents an agent-based model to compare different coordination patterns in joint fire support (JFS) scenarios. Modern war fighting approaches depend heavily on a separation of concerns (like reconnaissance, coordination and engagement) and therefore impose high requirements on the coordination of all involved parties. Following the General(More)
In order to meet the continuously increasing requirements regarding complexity, level of detail, and size of agent-based models on the one hand and an efficient modeling and execution on the other hand, a general reference model for agent-based modeling and simulation (GRAMS) was motivated and described in [10]. This paper summarizes briefly the GRAMS(More)
Scenario development starts with capturing scenarios from the users and leads to the design and the development of the simulation environment to execute these scenarios. This paper proposes a scenario development process adopting a Model-Driven Engineering (MDE) perspective. It takes scenario development and the use of scenarios in simulation environment(More)
Due to the fast changing observed workload characteristics in communication systems, development of self-reconfiguration methods has become more important during the last decades. These allow a self adaptation and automatic parameter adjustment of the system configuration during the processing time without the need of any external administration effort. In(More)
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