2. THE AERO-ENGINE MARKET STRUCTURE
3. TOOLS FOR STRATEGY DECISION SUPPORT
4. USING AGENT-BASED SIMULATION FOR STRATEGY DECISIONS
5. RESULTS – AN EXAMPLE EXPERIMENT
Active shooting events are, unfortunately, a common situation. To help civilians, first responders, and governments better understand how to deal with these, a model was developed to simulate such incidents. In addition, the Purdue Institute of Homeland Security built a library to make future models simpler to develop.
In this paper, researchers focus on the real-time management of turnaround operations, and assess the relative merits and limitations of so-called dispatching rules.
The aircraft turnaround process consists of "ground handling operations" that are required to set an aircraft ready for its subsequent departure. This work focuses on enhancing the planning and real-time allocation of apron operations that are used to turn around an aircraft between two consecutive flights.
Order picking is a labor-intensive operation and contributes significantly to overall operational costs in a warehouse. This research develops a simulation model to evaluate the performance of order picking with varying numbers of autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) and pickers, considering both traditional and cross-aisled warehouse layouts.
In this paper, researchers introduce two case studies that show how simulation and optimization help in overcoming many of the challenges associated with data science techniques. The methodology is easily extended to a wide range of industries and use cases and enables an organization to improve its decision-making and generate business value.
Simulation is one of the most used approaches to analyze semiconductor manufacturing systems. However, most simulation models are designed for single-use applications and study a limited set of problems that are not reusable afterwards. This paper proposes a generic, data-driven simulation model to evaluate and analyze a wide range of problems arising in modern semiconductor manufacturing systems.
Based on an authentic model of system dynamics, the authors propose a new approach to simulation modeling of the dissemination of electric vehicles in a given region. The proposed system dynamics model made it possible to identify measures required to stimulate EV demand in a region with a low level of electric transport development.
Simulation models can be used to project the long-term outcomes associated with implementing a public health intervention or program at the population level. The main goal of simulation modeling in this paper was to estimate the long-term colorectal cancer outcomes associated with a first screening through the Colorectal Cancer Control Program among low-income and underserved patients in the U.S.