Modeling and simulation technologies represent tremendous opportunities for radical improvement of our ability to design, develop, manufacture, operate, and support complex products and supply chains - to reduce the time and cost of translating products from concept to delivered systems, to improve operational performance and availability, and to reduce total cost of ownership. The present paper introduces the research agenda and current development status of the generic modeling and simulation framework that would enable the modeling and analysis of manufacturing operations in value networks.
|Publication status||Published - 2006|
|MoE publication type||Not Eligible|
|Event||21st European Conference on Operational Research, EURO XXI - , Iceland|
Duration: 2 Jul 2006 → 5 Jul 2006
|Conference||21st European Conference on Operational Research, EURO XXI|
|Period||2/07/06 → 5/07/06|
- supply chain management
Osuna, R. V., Tuokko, R., Heilala, J., Lybeck, C., & Asmala, H. (2006). MS2Value - Modeling and Simulation of Manufacturing Systems for Value Networks. 21st European Conference on Operational Research, EURO XXI, Iceland.