Research project context: »Component based framework for an effective and efficient simulation of (agent) systems«
|Modelling and simulation workflows|
Abstract: In this project the possibilities of a workflow supported management of modeling and simulation projects are examined.
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Runtime: 2003-04-01 until 2013-12-31
Project coordination: Adelinde M. Uhrmacher
Scientific staff: Dr.-Ing. Jan Himmelspach; Dr.-Ing. Roland Ewald; Dipl. Inf. Stefan Leye; Dipl. Inf. Stefan Rybacki
Student staff: n.n.
Former student staff: Johannes Rössel; Valerius Weigandt; Mathias Rimane; Enrico Seib; Dortje Löper; Ulrike Borchardt; Robert Waltemath; Simon Bartels; Johannes Becherer; Thomas Beer; Gabriel Blum; Nico Eggert; Roland Ewald; Stefan Friedrichs; Florian Gewandt; Lydia Jost; Sven Kluge; Stefan Leye; Sebastian Lieske; Frank Manteufel; Steffen Maas; Rene Michalski; Thomas Nösinger; Christian Ober; Björn Paul; Jan Pommerenke; Kathrin Rohloff; Oliver Röwer; Hans Schipke; Rene Schulz; Carl Tuemmler; Felix Willud; Felix Woitzel; Martina Gierke
Many workflow definitions for M&S tasks exist in the literature. Usually it is agreed on the fact that well defined workflows can add to the quality of any results worked on.M&S software is software and thus for its development techniques from software engineering can and should be applied. This holds especially true for workflow definitions out of this field.
As almost none M&S software product is solely dedicated to a single model or simulation a continued development of models and simulations using them is likely. This development process should be organized by workflows as well - as it is already stated in literature. However, the questions remains, which parts of such a workflow can and should be supported by a flexible and open M&S software like JAMES II.