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31. Tradeoffs in Building a Generic Supply Chain Simulation Capability
Building a simulation model for any large complex sys-tem requires high expertise and effort. These requirements can be reduced through building generic simulation capability that includes artifacts for facilitating the development of the simulation ...
32. Use Case Analysis for Standard Manufacturing Service Capability Model
Yunsu Lee, Boonserm Kulvatunyou, Marko Vujasinovic, Nenad Ivezic
To efficiently assemble manufacturing supply chains, manufacturers need to provide precise and easily accessible their manufacturing service capability (MSC) information described in the form of MSC descriptions. However, a number of challenges exist ...
33. Use of Semantic Mediation in Manufacturing Supply Chains
Peter O Denno, Edward J Barkmeyer, Fabian M. Neuhaus
This case discusses lessons learned about enabling interoperability using semantic
methods in three automotive industry projects spanning 8 years. In each project, the essential
form of the solution is to reconcile differences in viewpoint of entit ...
34. Using Legacy Modeling Artifacts in Supply Chain Logistics Simulation
NIST Interagency/Internal Report (NISTIR)
Peter O Denno, Terry Harrison
We investigate the feasibility, and the potential advantages and pitfalls of using modeling languages such as the Unified Modeling Language (UML), and the Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) to prepare models for discrete event simulation of s ...