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Stefan Rybacki, Jan Himmelspach, Enrico Seib, and Adelinde M Uhrmacher (2010)

Using workflows in M&S software

In: Proceedings of the 2010 Winter Simulation Conference, ed. by B. Johansson and S. Jain and J. Montoya-Torres and J. Hugan and E. Yücesan, pp. 535-545, Piscataway, New Jersey, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.

The usage of workflows to standardize processes, as well as to increase their efficiency and the quality of the results is a common technique. So far it has only been rarely applied in modeling and simulation. Herein we argue for employing this technique for the creation of various products in modeling and simulation. This includes the creation of models, simulations, modeling languages, and modeling and simulation software modules. Additionally we argue why roles should be incorporated into modeling and simulation workflows, provide a list of requirements for the workflow management system and sketch first steps in how to integrate workflows into the M&S framework JAMES II.

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