Modelling Dynamics of Autonomous Logistic Processes : Discrete-event versus Continuous Approaches

@inproceedings{ScholzReiter2005ModellingDO,
  title={Modelling Dynamics of Autonomous Logistic Processes : Discrete-event versus Continuous Approaches},
  author={Bernd Scholz-Reiter and Michael Freitag and C. F. De Beer and Th. Jagalski},
  year={2005}
}
For developing and benchmarking autonomous logistic processes, dynamic models are essential. The paper investigates two different modelling approaches regarding their abilities to describe an exemplary scenario – an autonomously controlled shop floor. A discrete-event simulation model is compared to a continuous System Dynamics model. An autonomous control strategy is developed and its effectiveness and robustness are investigated by analysing the dynamic behaviour and the logistic performance… CONTINUE READING
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